Orange and Teal Wedding with Bowties and a Chartiable Donation - Inspired By This

Orange and Teal Wedding with Bowties and a Chartiable Donation

Ryan and Nancy are not only a beautiful couple, they’re obviously a caring and passionate couple, as well as fun and carefree! Why you ask? The couple decided to make a donation in their guests names to Kiva, a great organization that gives small business loans to people in developing countries. They also set up yard games for guests to play in between the ceremony and reception. Bryan and Mae were there to capture all the special moments of their beautiful orange and teal wedding with bowties!

Photography: Bryan and Mae

Venue: Cobblestone Farms

Flowers: Eden Events

Band/DJ: Eden Events

Caterer: Perfect Pair Catering

Dress Boutique: Gina’s Bridal

Dress Designer: Casablanca


  • Gina

    What a gorgeous and generous couple!

  • Erica

    I love turquoise and orange together! Not too many could pull that off!

  • Monica

    Such a great idea to donate to an organization for your favors. Love it!

  • Rachel

    Love the way the photog captured this! Gorgeous!

  • laura

    What a beautiful and creative wedding! Love the colors and the details! Good job, Bryan and Mae!

  • http:/ The Memory Journalists

    This wedding is one of my favorites you have ever posted! It’s so beautiful yet with a carefree feeling. Love the colors, the details and the dress is to die for !!!!

  • Kelly

    I love the color combination! And they seem so sweet.

  • John

    Bryan and Mae….This is one of my favorites of the year.
    Only fitting that it is featured on this website.
    The colors, details…..awesome.

  • Caroline

    Love the details of this wedding! And all in support of such a great cause!

  • London Wedding Photographer RAMYAD

    Loving the idea of the windows as the table settings. Congrats Ryan and Nancy!

  • Erin

    You can not go wrong with this color scheme – i absolutely love it! The details of this wedding are so personal and gorgeous! Thanks for sharing -

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