The 70s, springtime, and happiness – with a sprinkle of Wes Anderson.
March is a pretty rough time of year in Ohio. Aside from wanting to create my own sunshine in the midst of gray, gloomy days, I had two goals for this glorious collaboration day at the Historic Onesto Event Center.
First: to work with and add to the beautiful color and history of the Historic Onesto in Canton.
Every wedding at the Onesto is beautiful, but most couples gravitate to soft neutral or green-and-white palettes. I wanted to bring some unique, personalized, FUN COLOR to one of my favorite spaces!
Second: to show what a group of women-and-BIPOC small business owners can create together.
I couldn’t be happier with how this design turned out, or more grateful for a group of wedding professionals who, when I shared my vision with them – rather than thinking I was crazy – jumped right in and totally nailed it.
Enjoy some 70s-inspired spring sunshine!
Bride & Groom
Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby.
These two have been married for over 11 years, and it shows in the best possible way.
Wedding photos at the Onesto wouldn’t be complete without making use of the former hotel’s historical details – or without a trip to the parking deck roof for glorious views of Canton!
Onesto Wedding Vendor Dream Team
- Venue: Historic Onesto Event Center
- Planning, Design and Coordination: Emily Berg Weddings (me!)
- Floral and Paper Design: Paper Twigs
- Sweetheart Table and Glassware: Golden Vine Vintage
- Furniture and Rentals: The Brass Poppy
- Cake and Desserts: Studio Bakery
- Groom’s Attire: North Canton Tuxedo Junction
- Bride’s Attire: Miranda’s Vintage Bridal
- Bride’s Accessories: Noonday Collection
- Photography: Adrienne Gerber Photography and Allie Sayre Photography