Do you still watch The Office nightly? Are you often tempted to instinctively blurt out, "That's what she said!" when the opportunity presents itself? Do you secretly wish you could apply for a job at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then boy oh boy, do we have a treat for you. Jessica Palacios of Rae Leigh Photography took pictures of a collaborative styled photo shoot inspired by Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly from The Office, and she shared all the gorgeous, nostalgia-packed footage with POPSUGAR.
The color scheme of the shoot mimicked the "basic colors of an office" — whites, creams, grays, and browns — which were amped up with "boho floral arrangements, marble and concrete accents, wood elements, and a pop of autumnal orange here and there," the planner of the shoot wrote. As for the bride and groom, the bride wore a simple white gown, just like Pam did while saying "I do" to Jim before visiting Niagara Falls. Meanwhile, the groom wore a gray suit and even posed with a bicycle during the shoot as an ode to how Jim rode his bike through Scranton to get to work every day (*swoons*).
Rather than tables, the cork-board seating chart assigned different characters to one of three cubicles, staying true to the theme of the hit NBC show. Of course, the dinner menu was provided by Schrute Farms, and the cake was finished with a topper that read "It is your wedding," as a nod to Dwight's deadpan birthday decorations. Ha! Keep reading to see the hysterical memo-style invitations and all the other spot-on details of the Dundie-worthy shoot. Save these ideas to your Pinterest wedding inspiration board, in case you want to bring similar elements to your big day!