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Photo credit: Together We Click

When it comes to proposals, Andrew and Larissa Catapano take the cake. Andrew popped the question while the pair were on vacation in Paris, at the iconic Eiffel 58 restaurant on the tower's first level. "After the proposal, we walked outside on the overlook, where it was coordinated to have our wedding song playing over the PA," Larissa says.

The couple's classy and elegant wedding at Franklin Park Conservatory included a unity hand-washing ceremony and some unique musical elements.

Andrew learned to play piano and staged a "power outage" during his and Larissa's first dance. "Then he and his groomsmen set up a keyboard, and he played it while our wedding photographer played double-duty as back-up singer," Larissa says. The group serenaded Larissa for the rest of the song.

But that wasn't all.

Andrew also performed a drum solo from Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance" on a custom vintage Slingerland drum kit that was gifted to him by a client.

The Details

Wedding date: May 28, 2016

Wedding colors: Black and white

Attendants: Three bridesmaids and three groomsmen

Bride wore: Justin Alexander gown and a veil from Henri's Cloud Nine, Aldo wedge sneakers; her jewelry was a gift from her mother

Hair and makeup: Mac Cosmetics and the Blowout Bar

Groom wore: Suit from Macy's

Rings: L. Rafael

Rehearsal dinner: M at Miranova

Ceremony: Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Reception: Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Caterer: Milo's Catering

Cake: Our CupCakery

Florist: Petals & Leaves

Photographer: Together We Click

Invitations: On Paper

Reception tunes: T.E.A.M. DJ

First dance: "All of Me" by John Legend

Registries: Macy's

Favorite gifts: Espresso machine and Rumba (but Andrew's was the drum kit)

Guests stayed at: Hilton Columbus Downtown

Sunday brunch: Hilton Columbus Downtown

Honeymoon: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic