Cynthia and Andrew came to Team KWE and despite being generally private people, their love filled the room. They were very adamant that they wanted to find a balance between formality and fun for their special day, and that it should feel joyful, warm, and intimate for everyone in attendance. As red is the Chinese wedding color, it was only natural that Cynthia and Andrew chose a cardinal red to be their primary color, with cream and gold accents. Through the natural beauty of the Crocker Art Museum, gorgeous floral arrangements, and simply stunning tablescapes, Team KWE went to work to bring Cynthia and Andrew’s wedding visions to life!
Guests arrived at the Crocker Art Museum in the early evening for a truly intimate ceremony. Use of the gorgeous grand piano in the ballroom created a lovely atmosphere, the perfect backdrop for the couple’s custom-written ceremony. Afterwards, guests moved to the cocktail hour for refreshing drinks and delicious passed appetizers.
After Cynthia and Andrew were introduced as newlyweds, guests found their seats and were treated to a beautiful plated meal. Entree choices included house-smoked pork loin with grilled pineapple salsa, grilled salmon with cracked pepper relish, and quinoa-stuffed roasted gypsy peppers. From here, Cynthia and Andrew spent their evening surrounded by there closest family and friends, eating, drinking, and dancing the night away. We absolutely loved working with this beautiful couple and we wish them many years of love and happiness in their marriage. Congratulations, Cynthia and Andrew!
Special Thanks to our Vendor Team:
The Crocker Art Museum looks like such an awesome wedding venue. This is a beautifully designed intimate wedding and I love how you tell Cynthia and Andrew’s story!
Thank you Ashley! We love working there!