This sweet and tiny wedding was a handcrafted dream. Not only did bride Kelly opt for a bright pink wedding dress with a navy blue tulle petticoat, but she created almost all of the colorful decorations to add to an already gorgeous floral wonderland. The wonderland in question is Terrain at Styer’s, a botanical space […]
I have always loved and been fascinated with the 1950s especially the pin-ups, music, swing dancing, and custom hot rods, so Garrett and I decided to have a rockabilly/Doo-Wop-themed wedding that also incorporated our love for cars.
The ceremony site was decorated with the black/red/white rockabilly theme. To keep the guests thinking this would be a traditional wedding, the DJ played traditional classical music while the guests were taking their seats. After all were seated, the DJ who was actually a Wolfman Jack Impersonator who welcomed everyone in an authentic Wolfman Jack fashion.
Just wait until you hear how this couple crowdsourced a whole bunch of pickled goodness for their very own pickle bar at their wedding in Minnesota. We’re talking green tomato, watermelon slices, asparagus, okra, beet, and burdock root pickles, among others! Come for the pickles, but STAY for the amazing flamenco dance later at the reception.
Konstantina rocked a colorful polka dot wedding dress, light blue wedding shoes, and a super colorful bouquet that channeled Alice in Wonderland. If that’s not enough to get you all in, I don’t know what will. But we’re going to try! The groom, Giannis, took the reins in planning the Alice in Wonderland-themed wedding down to the ideas, photos, and details. They were going for magical over childish, and totally succeeded.
The centerpieces were hats, characters, and candies in lieu of flowers. There were pastel cupcakes, a topsy-turvy cake, “drink me” bottles, clocks, Cheshire Cats, and a rockin’ time all around at this wedding in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Magdalena and Preston had an abstract art-inspired vow renewal on a rooftop in the Arts District of downtown LA. The inspiration for all of the wedding design (the dress, floral arrangements, invitation suite, tablescapes, and cake) was based on one of Preston’s abstract paintings. Our favorite part? Preston hand-painted Magdalena’s tea-length dress, too!
Come see this rainy day turn sunny just in time for their lovely rooftop vow renewal…
This carnival meets state fair wedding is so full of color, hilarious details, games, cotton candy, lawn games, photo cut-outs, and a Coney Island-themed handmade(!) dress. Oh, and let’s not forget the groom’s amazing bedecked red suit. This is one of those weddings you just can’t help but grin at as you take it all in.