Lindsey and Jesse wanted their costume wedding to be filled with wacky fun. They combined everything they loved: pickles, hot dogs, and Twin Peaks into a big backyard festivity. Lyndsey even dressed like a pickle and her daughter was a baby gherkin!
If you’re trying to save a little cash by having a potluck dessert bar, you’ll need to let your guests know you’re in the market for their goodies. Give them this sweet little printable invitation insert to snag their sweets. Print it out on some cardstock, cut them out, and you’ll be ready to nosh their nibbles.
The bride wore a chic pantsuit, the groom wore locs and paisley, and the DIYed rustic burlap details (including a chic as hell fabric flower bouquet!) are killer. This potluck wedding has so much style on so little budget. Oh, and just wait until you hear how the bride walked herself down the aisle. Spoiler alert: she SANG A SONG while she walked. Oh hell yes. Get ready to swoon at this amazing wedding.
Brazilian, English, and Indian cultures collide at this Texas wedding planned from England. Whew! Add in a potluck, allergy-sensitive reception, a handmade dress in addition to handmade bridesmaid dresses, and tons of fabric flower bouquets, and this crafty wedding takes the dairy-free cake. Don’t miss the bride’s amazing hair and the infinity flower unity ceremony.
Ah, ye olde BYOB debate. Second to the “Are potluck weddings tacky?” debate, this is one that people have some pretty strong and pretty divided opinions about. As always, our answer is “It’s ALL tacky — so what?” but there are some issues more complex than just subjective etiquette and tastefulness police at play here.
Put on your goggles and your neo-Victorian gear, because this is STEAMPUNK WEEK! Today we’ve got a burner-meets-upcycled-meets-kid-friendly celebration including fire dancing, a community-planned potluck, and a sweet ceremony interruption by the couple’s little girl. It’s laid-back and free-form and we’re loving it!