“A museum filled with photographs, neon signs, vintage cars, BMX bikes, rare documents, pinball machines” is how Brenda and Danny described Valley Relics Museum over coffee. I had a hard time picturing it, but their enthusiasm got me. Plus, I instantly fell for them, so I would have done anything. If I had to jump through rings of fire, I would have held their hand, and done so. I was in love.
It was the first wedding to be held at Valley Relics and they made it their own. Brenda wore a purple wedding dress and danced (slowly) down the wedding aisle to the entirety of Prince’s “Take me with you.” Danny seemed to enjoy snapshots of their classic cars more than fixing his own tie. And there was free unlimited arcade games.
Their wedding vows were so beautiful, it made their love seem tangible. I watched two “unique, kooky, one-of a kind” people marry their perfect match. Also, everyone was so enthralled after vows, that the exchangement of the rings went forgotten. They were pronounced husband and wife, “you may kiss the bride,” and married. (They exchanged afterwards in the museum office).
So here is the documentation of the day below. If you’re a potential wedding client looking for a traditional wedding gallery, click next. If you’re a sucker for true love at its finest, stay on the page. Cheers.