You may pray the rain away, but don’t let the amazing photos of a foggy wedding slip from your grasp, especially if it’s on a mountain. This chic pair had the romantic setting of their dreams on Big Bald Mountain. Add in the whimsically-named handmade craft beer (hell, the groom’s a cicerone!), the bride’s amazing dress with dusty pink lining, and let’s face it, the fashion in general, and you’ll be swept away by this North Carolina wedding.
Tribesmaid Miriam and her fiancé Brian are serving home-brewed beers at their wedding, which just happens to be on May 4th. So it only made sense for them to have pint glass favors that not only embrace the Star Wars-y spirit of the date, but after the wedding can do double duty as barware for their guests.
First we’ve got midway games, fire performances, and balloon animals. Then there’s an underground cold war museum bunker, Fallout-themed decor, and post-apocalyptic catering. It’s a fusion of carnival and the apocalypse that we can totally get behind! That doesn’t even cover the fabulously redesigned heirloom dress and 3D-printed rings. And just wait until you see what happened with the helicopter ring delivery.
Reusing, recycling, and a little dumpster diving totally made this wedding into a low-maintenance cleanup wonder with awesome DIY projects like a wine cork guest book, self-catered picnic noms, and jam jar lanterns. A custom-made dress and Prohibition Era attire made it super stylish on top of that! Add in the lush green ceremony space, and you’ll be googly-eyed for this couple.
Home-brewed beer (including beer ceremony), an Elvis officiant, a hilarious camp wedding guide, and a cocktail hour with lawn games and merit badges — you’ve just described my perfect camp-out party. Don’t even get us started on the tearful first look, the Sharpie pre-tattoo rings, the dads’ pre-ceremony chest bump, and the time-traveling video invitation. Oh, and there’s one more video that we’re keeping a secret. Trust me, you have to see it.
Carly from Two Spoons Photography, and her beau celebrated their amazing love (started at summer camp!) with an awesome alternative to a traditional ceremony: a series of toasts from loved ones and to each other. D’aww. Plus, their friends each brought their own DIY flair to the decor, food, MCing, guest book, and even the live music!