This meet-cute story turned galaxy wedding is truly our moon and stars
Jacqueline and William’s moon and stars-themed wedding sent us into the galaxy when we saw it. But their meet-cute story is on a whole other level. Just wait until you hear how her galaxy dress went from conversation starter to fab wedding garb. Hear the story straight from this gorgeous bride (the owner of Pinup Pixie Boutique, the first black-owned pinup boutique in Louisiana, by the way!).
Fall in love with this sunny birds & dinos Brooklyn boathouse wedding
Anna and Toby had a sunny Brooklyn boathouse wedding with touches of birds and nature, dinosaurs (faux tattoos and cake toppers!), and a stunning green cocktail length dress. It was all about the wildflowers, October leaves, and golden hour sun rays. What a gorgeous way to celebrate a wedding in New York City.
Disney villains meet classic heroes at this high fantasy wedding
I have worked in the wedding industry for five years now and when my partner and I decided to get married I didn’t want anything “Wedding” — so what did we do? We had a Heroes and Villains themed wedding! It was a wedding filled with love and little bits from friends and family. We danced the night away and played games at every table. And in not-so-true villain fashion, I got the girl in the end!
A crystal ball in the woods at this creative & sustainable wedding with intention
The groom told us: “Neither of us are traditional so we decided our theme was going to be all about magic and fantasy combining my love of Dungeons & Dragons with her love of actual magic (runes, crystals, divination, astrology, etc.). It’s like an alchemy of interests.”
Our big gay pagan rainbow woodland festival wedding
We had guests from as far apart as Japan, California, and Germany. We tried to invoke all the things we loved in our wedding day — geeky nods to Harry Potter, His Dark Materials, Jonathan Coulton, and the Lord of the Rings; the Obergefell v Hodges ruling for Jess's career and theatrical touches for mine. We asked our guests to wear 'whatever makes you feel pretty.' We then celebrated with ice cream, lawn games, and street food, and ended the evening with a ceilidh and session. Oh, and there was an owl, and llamas.
This pair got married in the same room as the groom’s parents… 37 years later!
We got married in the same room in the same building (Moat Room, Harrow Registry Office) as my parents, with the same registered home address. The only difference: the two weddings were 37 years apart! The wedding reception was held on the largest boat on the River Thames, the Dixie Queen, that included the opening of Tower Bridge. We also had a nine-tier cake!