Just wait until you see the hint of blue hair (that matched Pete’s blue suit!), contemporary geometric and gold details, and a super chic industrial venue space. Don’t miss the succulents in the bouquet — they were painted gold!
Let’s see this wanderlust-inspired alternative industrial wedding…
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Laura and Ben had a really incredible Orcas Island wedding in Washington that’s going to give you green eyes for pretty things. Like what, you say? Try felled redwood decor, succulent studded centerpieces, homemade steampunk-inspired pies, a “Smokey Porter” homebrew, and air plants (even in Laura’s hair!).
Our wedding had a loose theme of books, cats, and glitter. I really wanted my four cats to be at the wedding, but it wasn’t possible, so I had to just let my cat lady status show in other ways.
I wore cat shoes and had a cat purse. We had our cats added to our cake topper, cat paw chocolate pops favors, and made sure to have cat ears at the photo booth. And, of course, used a cat lady wedding hashtag: #ErinAndTimGetMeowied.
Alyssa and Kirsten met playing rugby together, then Alyssa moved across the world as they just started dating. So cards, letters, and long distance phone calls were the order of the day. Ten years later, they’re happy together with their fur babies, Ziggy and Yeti. Their dance party wedding was just as sweet and served as a bit of a reunion since so many guests live around the globe. What began as a kick-ass dance party swiftly turned into a killer after-party until 3:00 a.m.
From the sweet little wedding favors (tiny labeled, potted succulents) to the sublime outdoor ceremony to the guest book log, Kelsey and Val’s Belle Isle wedding in Detroit made all our days forever. Sometimes it’s the simple touches that make all the difference. Don’t miss the floral boutonniere accents on the dress, too!