Suzi and Paul share our fondness for the wriggly tentacled types that we’re celebrating this week in our mash-up theme of barns and tentacles (BARN–ACLE WEEK!). We scoured the tentacle archives and found steampunk octopodes, squid cakes, tentacle crowns, knitted cephalopods, and tentacle-covered accessories. Wrap your many arms around these babies…
This heart-stopping seafoam circus wedding features comedian, producer, writer, singer, dancer, candlestick-maker Dick Van Dyke and his bride, Arlene Silver-Van Dyke.
Brittany and Judy, both looking as if they walked out of a magazine (including a super fab pantsuit that reminds me of this one), had their wedding at the equally drool-inducing Horseshoe Bay Resort in Austin, Texas. The views from the ceremony site will blow you away. Christina Carroll Photography captured the day and couldn’t help herself from getting into the joy and epic wattage smiles. Who could blame her? Now go check out the first look, matching bouquets, lakeside views, and nautical details.
These two continued their love affair with sailing together by getting married on their sailboat, then taking their honeymoon on board around the world. Their small wedding all fit on board for the ceremony before walking down the pier to the reception, but you’ll swoon when you see where their unofficial first dance took place.
A teary sunset ceremony on a boat, a romantic rooftop reception, and a lot of DIY touches brought out the fun for this Florida couple. Who says your wedding can’t be enchanting AND entertaining?
Combine Victorian duck bust cake toppers with washboard percussion and an ship with “old-timey” charm and what do you have? Heather and Chris’s wedding, of course!