I have heard it told that when a hairless cat watches you get ready for your wedding, you’re in for a lifetime of good luck. You haven’t heard that? It’s a thing. So when Britta and Tomy’s no-frills Pennsylvania backyard wedding came across my screen, I knew it was good luck.
You’ll be enthralled by the many motorcycles and vans, casual cowboy chic, the vintage-fab ladies arriving in a classic car, and the pops of red everywhere.
Denae and Daniel clearly spent so much time and so much love on the details of their Harry Potter geek Scottish wedding in Maine. Danae scouted all of her table settings from thrift stores to create the vintage-inspired setup. The ceremony archway was framed by replicas of the couple’s pets: their cats and their lizard!
To cap it all off, there was a rainbow just as the reception was beginning. You just have to see it!
If you’re as obsessed with the real life love story of Game of Thrones stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie as I am, this Game of Thrones wedding inspiration is going to blow your mind. In true Stark style, Jon Snow and Ygritte get the ending they deserved — a gorgeous outdoor ceremony and reception at The Longhouse with a backdrop full of antlers, swords, house banners, faux furs, and a real live “direwolf” companion.
Jessi and Moose got married in the mountains of Georgia, on a Wednesday in December, to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Moose is a chef, so he and his friends went to farmers markets to buy all of the ingredients for the food, and then their friends in the industry cooked it for everyone that weekend. Jessi revamped her mom’s wedding dress to wear and it looked AMAZING.
Best part? Their wedding was Game of Thrones-inspired, partly due to the fact that the couple and many of their friends attend renaissance faires and events regularly. Don’t miss the epic capes, swords, and wintry flower crown!
When you see this North Carolina beach wedding, you’ll know you’ve found sea-worthy bliss. A guitar, a bunch of mishaps, and a glam sea witch dress of our dreams… it’s so worth the look. Here’s what April, the bride, told us about marrying Andy, her doggy co-parent… “I know most people are looking for a very romantic story for how we met, but that wasn’t exactly the reality for us…”
We knew we wanted it to be in the fall, outdoors, and on my grandparent's property, overlooking the lake that I have been going to since I was born, as well as my mother when she was a kid. It's practically our second home and is the only place I ever imagined getting married.