a close-up photo of Jasmine and Nnamdi on a bridge, with their names and wedding date added in text

Happy wedding week to Jasmine and Nnamdi! As part of our countdown to their special day this weekend, we are sharing their story.

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The first spark:

How did you meet?

Jasmine and Nnamdi met three years ago at their current place of employment. They started developing a great friendship and began having lunch together.

The adventure begins:

How did the proposal happen?

On October 30, 2020, Nnamdi surprised Jasmine by gathering family, friends, and co-workers in Big Spring Park as he proposed to his best friend.

Plans are made:

Why did you choose the Huntsville Museum of Art for your wedding event?

The couple decided on the Museum venue because they felt it was such a beautiful place and the location was right in front of where Nnamdi proposed. They decided to continue their story right where it started.

A moment to last a lifetime:

What are you most looking forward to about your wedding?

Nnamdi and Jasmine are excited for their day to unite as one. They are also looking forward to celebrating this special day with their friends and families!

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Collage of 5 photos of Jasmine and Nnamdi

Photos by Ben Solomon

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Meet the dream team:

Bakery – Batter Up Cakes
Photography – Ben Solomon
Videographer – Brindle Film Co.
Makeup – Brittany Mixon, StudioBBeauty (@studiob_brides, @studiob_beautybybrit)
Hair – Keitha, Diamilor Designs
Dress – Modern Brides
Décor – Party People Events
Rentals – Mullins & Summer Fun Party Rentals
Saxophone – Tommy Friend (@sax_legend)

The Huntsville Museum of Art has multiple spaces available to help make your big day special. We want you to have a perfect day that you will remember forever. Contact our Director of Special Events to start planning your happily ever after!