Kilts, handmade gowns, and a William Wallace sword — it’s the Braveheart-themed wedding of your fantasy-filled dreams! Two days, a nighttime “secret ceremony,” and The Texas Ren Fest makes for a an awesome time. And since these two are Army vets, it made perfect sense to have the wedding on Veteran’s Day.
This pair shares a big love of books, and of each other. Along with their three kids, they celebrated their SECOND marriage to each other surrounded by typewriters, book decor, and sculpted dinos straight from A Lovely Love Story. And we’re pretty sure that title is perfect for this wedding.
This wedding has glittery shoes, an evening sunset ceremony, rainbow cake, colorful crinoline, and some awesome lessons learned the second time around. Keep an eye out for the groom’s “breast” friend, too.
If the costumes, kick-ass handmade dress, and three-legged dog dressed as the Black Knight (sans leg, natch) don’t get you, the paper doll-inspired invitation will. And if even that doesn’t get you, the officiant holding “Weddings for Dummies” will. And if THAT doesn’t get you, just wait until you see the band dressed as brides and the slow-dancing Jay and Silent Bob. It’s a smorgasbord of amazingness over here.
Kate and Danyael had a gorgeous evening ceremony at the outdoor mausoleum at the Inglewood Park Cemetery, with guests seated in a spiral(!!). The rituals were a combination of Pagan and Shamanic traditions, owing to Kate’s observance of Wicca and Danyael’s Native American ancestry.
Jennifer and Rick took advantage of their evening ceremony to put everyone in the most flattering light: candlelight.