This wedding reminds me of small town festivals and parades with sparklers. Robyn and Mick are both hardcore kickball players, so they decided to hold their ceremony on the kickball field itself, with a tented reception at Mick’s parents’ house in Lawrence, KS. The ceremony boasted an electric guitar Star-Spangled Banner solo, readings from Shel Silverstein and J.R.R. Tolkien, a ring dog, and a dog flower bearer
This pair both studied sustainability at a gorgeous venue on Cortes Island, BC, so it only made sense to bring their loved ones there to celebrate their marriage. And those same guests pulled together to provide tons of help in preparing for this camp-out wedding in the forest. But the best part of all is the bride’s HAND-PAINTED dress! You have to see it.
Nods to Paganism, Celtic readings, and flower fairies make this waterfront wedding truly magical. And at the reception, there was even a father/daughter/father/daughter dance! And prepare your eyes from the awesomely scandalous garter photo!
We were entranced by this bride’s cookie bouquet and demanded to see MOAR! Thankfully, she obliged and gave us this amazing mountainside budget wedding with little touches of fly-fishing, homebrew, eco-friendly details, and even a fingerprint fish!
This pair has a strong connection to the desert, so a barefoot desert ceremony was a must. Add in lots of handmade, vegetarian, and eco-friendly touches, and you’ve got a truly gorgeous and personal wedding (that somehow totally avoided the scorching Arizona summer heat). And don’t miss the awesome, impromptu “rad bromance” dance duet!