If it was up to my husband we would have had a wrestling wedding, but we landed on a carnival theme because we felt like there was so much we could do with it. We picked a historic site, Glen Echo Park, which was once an amusement park in the 40 and 50s and still had some of the lights and structures standing.
The theme was a Jewish wedding with a Middle Earth and Star Wars twist. Costumes, lightsabers, swords, dancing, and giant turkey legs made the celebration go wild. But it was the meaning and intent that brought everyone to years.
Will and Emily’s wedding combined traditional Jewish elements with fun, personalized nods to the couple. Emily made the escort cards herself (paper flowers!) and other fun touches included a candy buffet with their favorite treats and the cake topper (wedding versions of their favorite Mario Kart characters!).
Álvaro and Josechu met while they were both playing in an opera orchestra which sounds terribly romantic to me. They fell in love and five years later, a proposal happened.
One morning, Álvaro found a note that lead him to the garden where Josechu had prepared a private picnic brunch… or at least that’s what got Álvaro to walk over…
Law and Joshua’s mix of rock and disco was a sight to behold. We’re talking gorgeous multicolored florals, chic decor, and of course, disco balls! Don’t miss the killer green hair, gorgeous silver wedding gown, white disco-inspired boots, geometric sunburst-inspired backdrop, pink smoke bombs, and so much more…
Jordan and Conor had anautumnal woodland outdoor ceremony at The Dreys wedding venue in Kent. Once the ceremony was over, guests walked through the woods to an open field where a tent and rustic tin bar were all set up and ready for the party. There were pumpkins, smoke grenades, Disney memorabilia, and an Irish band, just to name a few of the things that Jordan and Conor included to make the day personal to them.