Let’s spend a day at the zoo with this colorful wedding! Between the bright pink wedding dress, emerald green suit, and adorable animal themes, there’s color in almost every corner of this wedding at the Franklin Park Zoo.
While I saw many beautiful wedding gowns, it quickly became clear to me that finding the right dress would be tricky. I wanted a colorful wedding dress that wasn’t white but somehow still felt “bridal.” When I found a colorful wedding dress I liked, too many of them looked like a bridesmaids dress or a prom dress to me.
My wife and I wanted a colorful wedding where the main focus was love, food, and fun. We also wanted to highlight my Latina background and Alohi’s Hawaiian heritage.
This killer leather and acrylic wedding inspiration was inspired by holographic and neon decor seen at Coachella’s art installations. With a mix of dark and light flowers and vivid colors, it was a seriously dynamic look. We were loving all the acrylic details. It was held at one of Detroit’s newest venues, a restored original whiskey factory with natural light pouring in and an original antique bar found in an old Detroit mansion. This bride rocked her lucky leather jacket over a lace dress with floating appliqués. Don’t miss the “fuck yeah” cake topper…
Jay and Kacy got married on their shared birthday, July 28th with their dog Marbie and nine-month-old son, Milo, as the guests of honor. They decorated with bright, colorful paperie that they had collected for the entire length of their relationship.
Without a doubt, we knew we wanted our wedding to be colorful. I've always been drawn to bohemian decor and rich hues, so it was a no-brainer that we would tie in jewel tones and gold for our small touches. I gave each of my bridesmaids a color and let them go to town. It was fun to see them each choose a dress that fit their individual styles. (Don’t miss all the amazing song choices in this one, y’all!)