Fair warning: this amazing, colorful wedding shoot includes ALL THE COLORS, just in time to yeet those Winter blues away. Coming to you from Pittsburgh, the combined powers of Maya Lovro (photographer), Amanda Wolf (planner), and Kati Grimes (fashion designer) created something magical: think “Lisa Frank marries Billy Porter” where all the players are LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and/or allies to both!
Welcome to Oz, Texas! This Wizard of Oz themed wedding shoot is here to inspire Emerald City-loving soonlyweds, with a Tin-Woman (…Tin-Person?) marrying the Scarecrow! No less magical: the models are a real-life couple Chris and Rebekkah, and the shoot was a celebration of their love allowing them to create some memories for themselves.
Wait, why aren’t wedding bouquets for grooms a thing?! THEY SHOULD BE. Here’s more advice for masc folks who love wedding flowers.
As y’all know, we’re always on the look-out for alternative buttonhole ideas for your wedding. I mean sure, we love a rose boutonnière as much as anybody else, but we think there’s just so many more ideas — whether it’s LEGO minifigs for your geeky wedding, autumn leaves for your fall wedding, or even this concept: the mushroom boutonnière.
When my partner and I were planning our wedding last year, we decided right away we wanted to skip the wedding traditions that didn’t feel like us. We love the beauty of passing on traditions from generation to generation but one of the traditions we didn’t love was the constant gender expectations. We wanted a more gender-neutral wedding approach.
We shared an awesomely weird Austin wedding that featured an LED wedding dress among other glowing accessories. If you too are jonesing to relive your raver days with some glow-in-the-dark wedding accessories, here are some dazzling LED wedding ideas to bring some light to your outfit.