Vegan wedding menu planning requires a multi sensory approach when you need to accommodate your carnivorous guests as well as the vegans. Our tips and examples make it easy.
Since we had a butt-ton of vegans at our wedding, we made sure that they could have one awesome wedding s’mores station experience.
What I learned is that vegan s’mores are just as yummy and sometimes even better in some ways. Here’s everything you’ll need for your s’mores station…
This eco-friendly couple wanted to leave no trace at their outdoor park eco-friendly wedding, and they truly succeeded. they rocked all vegan food, all vegan clothing, and donated food and blankets to local charities after it was all over. But don’t miss all the amazing moments, romantic ceremony, gorgeous dress (with crystal crown!(, and everything else that made our jaws drop at this glorious wedding…
Gina and DJ had an art-inspired wedding with one of the most interesting cakes with an amazing story. There were Andy Warhol details everywhere (including the cake, as you’ll see!) including Warhol postcards tucked underneath the napkins, Campbell’s soup cans as vases in the centerpieces, and cookies based on some vintage Warhol wrapping paper.
Are you ready to see this artsy Warhol-inspired wedding at The Cleaners in Portland, OR come to life?
“We curated every aesthetic choice based on my own kooky vintage pink glam vision I dreamt up. My first thought was of the movie Steel Magnolias: ‘My colors are blush and bashful.’ ‘Her colors are pank and pank.'” This remarkable, gorgeous wedding is full of pink, vegan treats, tons of comedians (spot ’em, you’ll know ’em!), and an adorable flower pooch. There’s almost too much to take in here. But you can do it!
Jayme and Dominic are vegan motorcycle enthusiasts who planned the sweetest little backyard vegan wedding in California. Jayme walked down the “aisle” with her father to a ukulele version of “Today” by Smashing Pumpkins. Their handwritten vows were followed up by a whiskey flask unity ceremony in a public park amphitheater. The funniest part of the ceremony was the surprise background din of a meetup of 100+ LARPers having a battle!