A Music Box Supper Club Wedding

Jessica and Scott are such a cool and alluring couple. When I first met them, I was so impressed how they did not want a typical wedding. After sharing their vows, they desired to spend substantial time with their friends and family right away to commemorate their day, so literally everyone could enjoy every minute. Most of the portraits would then be taken during golden hour lighting, when the sun is lower in the sky and light is more even, as well as enjoying the city lights during a summer Cleveland evening. I was hooked…what a fantastic idea!

Their ceremony was held on the Music Box Supper Club rooftop deck, overlooking the East Bank of the Flats. Scott is an avid motorcycle rider, and he was able to bring his bike to the dock for a few portraits before the reception festivities began. Jessica and Scott then kicked off the evening by ringing the bell at The Harbor Inn, for a newlywed toast. Then it was on to the East 4th Street and the Playhouse Square Chandelier, a significant location where Scott proposed to Jessica. What a beautiful evening we shared strolling through downtown without the pressure of time running out. I truly think Jessica and Scott figured out a new and effective way to celebrate a wedding.