We had a celestial Art Nouveau wedding theme with lots of vintage elements. We wanted to evoke the essence of standing in a garden during the Harvest Moon under a million stars. I wanted to capture the romantic feeling of the Art Nouveau period, like an Alphonse Mucha painting.
We had no decor, only the crashing waves and stormy skies. Our friend and officiant started the ceremony with a reading of a poem JRR Tolkien wrote for his wife.
“I got divorced a couple of years back and am partnered again planning a wedding for Halloween 2020. However, we decided to do the whole kid thing beforehand and will hopefully have a little one at our wedding by then. I’m looking for advice/examples of bad-ass families who married post-baby. I’m having a hard time finding anything.” Hell yes we have examples! Come and see…
We’ve been throwing around the idea of this wedding coloring sheet for years but never had a great tutorial for how to make one yourself, which you absolutely can do. Yep, you don’t have to outsource this project to someone else if you have access to a program like Photoshop, GIMP, or Pixlr. I’m going to be demonstrating it with Photoshop, but the steps are mostly translatable between each program.
Here’s how to do it…
Terri and Vince met and dated when they were younger, and then went their separate ways, only to meet up after several years and fall in love again. This was a second marriage for both Terri and Vince, and they made it a family focused celebration by incorporating their children into all aspects of the day. You’ll definitely want to catch Terri’s killer mohawk and earrings, their flower seed favors, gorgeous ruffle cake, and tearful ceremony.
The bride, Becky, had told event planner Laura from [heart link="http://vendors.offbeatwed.com/listing/rebel-belle-weddings"]Rebel Belle Weddings[/heart] that with her young son and his friends attending, she wanted to do something really fun. Since the venue had a treehouse look, enter the pirate theme! Becky and her partner Jim were married in a tree-filled area with a reception up on wooden plants surrounded by greenery. Don’t miss the tables named after movies, the actual hired pirate entertainment, and the decor of cannons, nets, and treasure.