This bride DIYed her glass planet centerpieces for their space-themed wedding! Many space enthusiasts thought these non-floral centerpieces were simply out of this world! If a planet centerpiece is a must-have at your space wedding, you’ll want to read Mel’s step by step breakdown. Let’s go!
Jacqueline and William’s moon and stars-themed wedding sent us into the galaxy when we saw it. But their meet-cute story is on a whole other level. Just wait until you hear how her galaxy dress went from conversation starter to fab wedding garb. Hear the story straight from this gorgeous bride (the owner of Pinup Pixie Boutique, the first black-owned pinup boutique in Louisiana, by the way!).
Jay and Rick described their Chabot Space Center wedding style as modern, edgy, and glam and I couldn’t love it more. Jay wanted to include a few nontraditional elements to capture who they are like her flower ring instead of a bouquet and a bad-ass crown made by her friend. The ceremony was also very customized and included the Quaker tradition of sitting in silence and waiting to be moved to speak. Don’t miss AMAZING fashion (featuring epic ink), ceremony space to die for, and pops of pinks and reds that make everything have warm vibes…
We met at a Full Moon Gathering campout, Moontribe's 20th anniversary. It was a fantastic weekend and we heard echoed throughout the party, "It's the Super Moon, bruh" as the explanation for the awesomeness everywhere. Five years later, still following cosmic novelties and electronic music, we trekked to Oregon for the Solar Eclipse festival Symbiosis. Josh proposed during the eclipse with the solar ring as my engagement ring! We carried this theme through our engagement shoot and wedding.
The Madonna Inn is known for it’s kitschy flavor that matched Chris and Steph’s peacock feathers and LED wedding featuring feather boutonnieres, a paisley groom suit, light-up shoes, copper lanterns, a wooden ceremony arch, and starry theme. The couple met at an electronic music festival in California and wanted that same electric vibe infused into their wedding. The rocked feathers, bold colors, and lights to create a super fun yet glam
This zodiac inspiration shoot was driven by constellation imagery with purples, gold, and a touch of galactic pink. Geometric and star shapes were used throughout, from the bride’s hairpieces, to the geometric wedding arch, to the table decorations, and geode cake. Don’t miss the bride’s loose bouquet of wildflowers and sage and the surprise gold vintage Volkswagen that happened upon the scene without any planning!