We both skateboard and the groom is a tattoo artist, while I’m a writer. We met at a celebration of life for a friend who was also a skateboarder and we honoured him in our speech and put his memorial board up on the wall.
The reception was at the Scout Camp so everyone was camping close by, but we were still hidden in the trees for dinner and dancing. A lot of touches were DIY and collected from favorite beaches.
We are a queer interfaith clergy couple. Our wedding party consisted of a spiritual and supportive “Femme Crew” and “Butch Crew.” We call ourselves TEAM UNICORN because we love rainbows and sparkles and magic and don’t subscribe to socially constructed ideas of gender. We celebrated our wedding at a stunning camp site in North Georgia all weekend with a Shabbat prayer service, a 12-step recovery meeting, swimming and boating options, hikes to waterfalls, a bonfire, and yoga on the dock.
Happily ever campers: this summer camp wedding had a trail mix bar, camp mug favors, and Korean traditions
Sarah and Min rented cabins throughout Camp Puh’tok and invited everyone to stay with them. The ceremony centered around Korean tradition with a Pyebaek.
Don’t miss the trail mix bar, origami cranes, and camp mug favors.
From our initial planning, we had two big goals: a FUN wedding that demonstrated that LOVE is Love. We're from the Midwest and queer weddings are not the norm for our families, but we knew we wanted to plan an experience that was memorable and also helped normalize the beauty of all love. These two goals guided every detail of our autumnal wedding adventure planning.
Katie and Stephen work together on a farm in New Jersey. Stephen is a livestock farmer, and Katie is the Director of Education and Agritourism at the farm. So their wedding had TONS of details perfect for the wedding of two nature-lovers.
Don’t miss the log slice guest book, planter favors (from thrift stores!), solar water garden decor, and adorable heart welcome signs at this Poconos camp wedding…
Shay and Chris had one main goal for their wedding: for everyone to have major fun. To achieve this, they made a drastic move and didn’t tell their guests that a wedding was happening! Yep, it was a surprise summer camp wedding in Oregon with games, bonfires, and loads of fun.
Let’s take a look at the surprise wedding shenanigans…