This couple may have gotten rained out of their original location, but an obliging firehouse ended up being an awesome substitute. As far as reception entertainment goes, this wedding wins all around: stand-up comedy, live improv, piñata bashing, and musical chairs! Plus, the story about the bride’s grandmother making her cake had me fighting the tears. Enjoy your Fourth of July with this Fourth of July cookout wedding!
Our Bookish theme week brings us this Indiana wedding with a librarian’s touch: cupcakes on children’s classics, “Just Married” Scrabble tiles, and library card invites. But a highlight of the day was definitely when their dog, Puppers, stood as fourth bridesmaid. Fur babies FTW!
Skittles aisle decorations, candy-themed table names, and a candy colored dress? Sounds like a nom-worthy party. This bride pulled a switcheroo on her guests by showing up in a demure white gown and then shocking them all with her wildly colored gown at the ceremony.
Reunited after decades apart, this pair opted for a casual and very musical talent-fest and DIY bonanza. And Stacy has photos to back up all the crafty goodness. The proof is in the pics!
Charla & Joel got married at Joel’s family reunion three months after getting engaged. They had a lovely, picturesque lakeside ceremony and then a vegetarian-friendly barbecue.
Lesley & Nick wanted a simple wedding without breaking the budget. They cut costs by DIY’ing, cutting things they didn’t need and hiring an aspiring photographer. They kept the ceremony at ninety guests and then had everyone (including those who didn’t attend the ceremony) meet at a bar after for drinks!