Dinos, Dorothy, and DeLoreans?! Yep, we’ve got an awesome natural history museum full of dinosaurs, ruby red Dorothy slippers, and Back to the Future in their trivia game. OH, and don’t let me forget the EPIC DeLorean cake! It will make your ’80s-loving day. Plus, you’ll love how they chose their wedding date. Spoiler: it was to make one of them right!
We already snuck a peek at this couple’s fabulous octopus cake, and now we’re getting the full scoop! We’re talking steampunk details, custom corset loveliness, and a ROBOT RING BEARER made by a certain Mythbuster pal of theirs. Just watch your eyebrows around the flamethrower…
This pair trekked north to New Hampshire to celebrate with far-flung family, but also to spend their wedding dollars on a state and vendors that support marriage equality. Plus, it’s just damn pretty there! And when a rainy ceremony or guest list drama comes creeping in, this bride knows how to handle it: channel the bad-ass honey badger.
This pair took serious advantage of the awesome locales in their new city of Chicago. After a $10(!!) cultural center ceremony and an amazing brunch with their immediate family, they traversed the urban terrain for a super fun portrait session. This is the ultimate combination of intimacy, budget-friendly, and bonding with a new city. And a ring snafu at the ceremony turned out to have a really sweet solution.
Trying to remember your wedding day is a great idea, but trying to relive it like in Groundhog Day — now that’s an epic goal. That, plus lots more movie references abounded (including a Harold and Kumar reading!) And wait until you see what activity was planned for post-ceremony fun. Here’s one hint: they’re surrounded by snow.
It’s one thing to take on a big wedding; it’s a whole other thing to plan two back-to-back ceremonies and parties! But once you see the retro fashion, Asian-inspired details, Chinese dancing lions, and sweet band tribute from the groom, you’ll totally agree that it’s a double happiness moment. OH, and a ceremonial martial arts board breaking by the bride? It happened — twice.