Come Fly With Me! A Traveling-Circus Style Wedding

Come Fly With Me! A Traveling-Circus Style Wedding


Rebecca Zadnik Matthew Cronk 
Tied the Knot 
Saturday, August 17th at 7:00PM

"Once I get you up there where the air is rarified. 
We'll just glide, starry eyed. Once I get you up there 
I'll be holding you so near You may hear all the angels cheer 
'cause we're together"  ~ Frank Sinatra


Playfully colored balloons and 1920's decor brought to life a handmade traveling-circus style wedding. This whimsical wedding, complete with lights and hot air balloon inspired color palettes, showcased the excitement that is yet to come for this cute couple!
The wedding party was brought to life, from soft vintage hues on the ladies, to bold eye-catching colors on the men. I loved the bride's way of mixing intense contrasting colors, against soft feminine tones.
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The groom's boutineer
The groomsmen
This troupe of groomsmen had socks gleaming with character.
  The bride and her beautiful bridesmaids


The bride's bouquet

 Their decor was elegant and simple and 
took guests on a journey back in time!
A globe was used for guests to sign their name.
The most creative guest book I have seen. 
 Vintage storybooks set the scene for the whimsical festivities.
Mini hot air balloons hung from the trees surrounding the cakes. 
It made you feel like you were about to embark on a trip to the land of OZ. 
After all, Matthew is Rebecca's Great and Powerful!

"Weather-wise it's such a lovely day 
Just say the words and we'll beat the birds 
Down to Ac apulco Bay 
It's perfect for a flying honeymoon, they say 
Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away " ~Frank Sinatra
XOXOXO,
TheBackwardsOwl

**All photos in this post are property of Cayton Heath Photography and TheBackwardsOwl. Only use and share photos with proper credit back to Cayton Heath Photography. You may message me for a watermarked copy for use on pintrest and your wedding blog.



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