Get back to nature with 15 weddings that went camping #Wedding Porn#camping#outdoor February 19 | Chris Wolfgang mswolfgang Photo from You wish you were camping out for this Idaho couple's wedding by Dylan and Sara Photography I absolutely heart camping, and winter just makes my craving that much worse. So let's ignore winter together and celebrate how much camping rocks! Specifically at weddings! Today, I'm giving a shout-out to those couples who said, "Screw hotels!" and got their wedding night on in tents. Cozy! Psst: You know this includes our publisher, Ariel, right? And, as luck would have it, a lot of these are also wedding weekends. So if you, like, kinda want to see more, you could check out that tag, too. 1. Bike to your campground/wedding site. Photo from Jennifer & Adam's "Tour d' Amour" cycling, camping & surfing love fest! by Schmadzie 2. Play with sparklers in the moonlight. Photo from Emily & Tom's Fourth of July jamboree band wedding by Van Zandbergen Photography 3. Enormous tents look beautiful lit up under the stars Photo from Sasha & Ra's vegetarian gluten-free burner fire-spinning wedding by Maurice Ramirez 4. Play Frisbee in suits. Photo from Cate & Phil's homegrown art barn-dance wedding by Bruce Silcox 5. Who could forget Offbeat Bride publisher Ariel's camping wedding? Photo from Andreas & Ariel's island hippie/raver forest freak-fest by Hello Super Studios. 6. Signs marked Shitter are completely appropriate. Photo from Victoria & Fritz's Vintage Camping Wedding by Randall Garcia 7. Cupcakes add a sweet look to any campground. Photo from Rowan & Peter's permaculture Beltane handfasting in the woods by Rowan Lang 8. Take the opportunity to explore what grilling REALLY looks like Photo from A pared-down wedding weekend in South Africa by dna photographers 9. Match your wedding dress to the lake you're camping next to. Photo from Dawn & Benjamin's off-the-grid forest handfasting by Kris Krüg 10. Even if your Hawaiian pig roast didn't turn out perfectly, you'll still have the photos of digging it up. Photo from Adrian & Brian's hippie carnival campout wedding by Bryan Southard Photography 11. Who can say what wildlife you'll see the next morning? Photo from Carmen & Grant's weekend getaway "crocodiles on safari" wedding by Stuart Dods 12. Give someone a Camp Director megaphone already. Photo from Beth & Garrett's nerdy boozy musical kickballer wedding by June Lion Photography 13. You could have, well, ALL OF THIS happen. Photo from Tamasin & Ben's dress-up camping "BAMfest" wedding by Michelle Tyrrell 14. Live in Hawaii? Frickin' camp on a beach. Photo from Jules & Aubrey's island-style beach campout wedding by Chase S. 15. Two words: Booze. Canoe. Photo from You wish you were camping out for this Idaho couple's wedding by Dylan and Sara Photography How about it, Offbeat Brides? You planning on bedding down in a tent on your wedding night? Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Chris Wolfgang Chris is a writer and editor in Omaha, Neb. She'll talk your ear off about independent webcomics, animated film, and Ultimate Frisbee. @chriswolfgang @mswolfgang PREVIOUS The #1 photographer tip for short wedding ceremonies NEXT Check out the special guest stars at Rachel & Steven's Disney and Up-themed wedding Show/Hide comments [ 3 ] "Two words: Booze. Canoe." If I weren't already married, or if my husband were the type to happily go through all that again, I would do this in a heart beat. I may get an old canoe and just put it in my backyard anyway!! LOVE Reply Agh! Thank you! #9 is exactly what I've been looking for in a dress, and someone linked to her instructable in the comments of the original post 😀 I'm so excited right now. 1 agrees Reply OMG, I love every bit of this post! The biking up to your ceremony?! The best!! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.