Off to the Figge Art Museum for Ann + Jason’s wedding reception. I can’t tell you what a surprise it is to see this modern building in downtown Davenport, Iowa! A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumSo I know you’re thinking… what’s the big deal with the luminaries?  Each one was hand-cut by the bride.  The designs are different southwestern plants (the bride and groom in Phoenix) and the A+J logo from their wedding invitation. A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumHow involved was this wedding labor of love?  Just look at how many luminaries line the stops of the Figge.  I think Ann said there were over 100?A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumSome quiet moments before the reception gets going. I love a museum as the backdrop for a reception. On the right, Ann has more dessert themed plants for the table centerpieces.A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumYou can catch a glimpse of their engagement photos at the Chihuly exhibit in the Desert Botantical Garden in Phoenix (left side of the guest book)A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumReflections from the Figge lobby. A+J wedding ceremony, Figge Art MuseumWhat’s the perfect autumn wedding favor? Why caramel apples, of course!  Here my percussion section gets their maracas going post-reception.A+J wedding reception, Figge Art Museum