Vow ideas for terminally ill people + advice for hospital weddings
From a reader: “It’s very hard to find vow renewal scripts for terminally ill people. We’ve been through so much and the fight has just began AGAIN and this time is the last. We need these.” We’re here to help.
This nontraditional hospital wedding
Rebekah and Shayne’s decided to move up the wedding when Shayne was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. Since they did not have enough time for wedding rings, they decided on matching gray Converse with pink shoelaces instead!
Hankies at the ready: this couple made the decision to have a last-minute hospital bedside wedding
Life continues to happen even as we plan weddings. Alysson and Adam’s circumstances led them to make a pretty huge choice. They decided to get married at Hackensack University Medical Center to be with Alysson’s ailing father. Photographer Stefanie Murphy had received an inquiry for a “last minute wedding ceremony” and soon realized that it was imperative that she take it.
I hope you’re wearing waterproof mascara for this one, y’all…
Can an emergency hospital visit still end up as a fabulous wedding day? Hell yes it can.
You may remember Hannah from this post about being a fat bride. Seeing her wedding confirmed that she rocked it. But when a wedding ends up being completed in a hospital, you KNOW it’ll be a wild ride. But this pair managed to look amazing, make it to the reception, and keep a killer attitude all at the same time. Come for the story, stay for the ruby red dress, autumn colors, and amazing comic book-inspired headpiece.
The Art Nouveau wedding: LEGO meets geek meets Southern hospitality
When Art Nouveau meets big time nerdery, it can only mean one thing: a gorgeous, LEGO-infused, DIYed wedding that spoils us with awesomeness. Don’t miss the two homemade cakes, the Lord of the Rings-esque Art Nouveau decor, and the awesome send-off. OH, and you’ll never guess what happened when the bride’s dad wasn’t there when it was time to walk down the aisle!
How to donate your wedding flowers to hospitals, shelters, or the elderly
Donating flowers, leftover catering, and dresses is totally a thing, and you can get in on it. We’ll talk fashion and catering another day, but for now, let’s talk about donating your flowers to hospitals or to senior living facilities. If you didn’t opt for non-floral bouquets and centerpieces, what would you do with all those perishable flowers anyway, right?