If you’re going to rent a bounce house/bouncy castle/moon bounce/inflatable castle (whew there are a lot of terms!) for your outdoor reception, you’ll need to make sure rowdy guests don’t go too wild in there. Having some well-explained and humorous bounce house rules on hand should ensure that you don’t have to pay any repair fees when it goes back.
Hula hoops, a bouncy castle, coffee martinis out of a Combi, and one of our very favorite flower print handmade dresses — this wedding made us fall SO hard. The colorful wedding party, dried flower aisle, performances by friends, and total music festival vibe makes this bohemian wedding magical. Don’t miss the ye olde bounce house commandments, too!
Get ready to be envious of the sheer amount of fun in this wedding: a bouncy castle, arcade games, a maypole, the limbo, live music, and a silent disco at the end of the night! This was a three-day weekend of laid-back camping shenanigans. Add in the butterflies and the amazing pagan handfasting and we’re all just done-for.
Michelle and Jose fused black, red, and a playful sense of fun for their wedding at California’s The Secret Garden Lindsay. The pair brought a whole lot of DIY to the day, including Michelle adding a detachable section to her red wedding gown, and even self-catering her reception. The ceremony was presented in both English and Spanish, and the wedding party managed to pile into a bounce house for a handful of unexpected bridal party photos!
Pink and red with polka dots and pinwheels all over gives this Denver wedding a bit of a retro and a lot of ADORABLE. Add in some LEGO touches, a successful venue swap (due to a major flood!), and loads of DIY, and you’ll be all in. Oh, and you’ll never guess how the bride used Lady Gaga to surprise her dad!
Susanna and Ricki, aka Kitten and Lou, are a drag king and a burlesque queen in lurve. After meeting on stage and falling in love while performing in an Atomic Bombshells revue, they have become the world’s showbusiest couple. Since Washington passed Referendum 74, they knew it was time to get hitched… in some serious style. A little camp, a lot of glam, and a hell of a lot of performances, it is a confetti and balloon-festooned show not to be missed.