Natural history museum wedding #Invitation Porn#Wedding Porn#dinosaurs#los angeles#museum#wai-ching#wedding venues March 31 | Ariel Meadow Stallings offbeatariel This is what it looks like when you get married at a Natural History Museum, like Leslie and Emory just did. (All photos are courtesy of LA's Serene Images Photography.) To see a couple more photos from this awesome, quintessentially offbeat wedding, keep reading… Yes, this is them with their minister standing in the main hall with dinosaur bones. The dinosaur motif was present on their wedding programs, which were little fortune tellers… And also on their wedding invitations… To see lots more shots and even a little write-up, head on over the Serene Images Photography blog. 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 Ariel Meadow Stallings Author of Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives, loves, and dorks out hard in Seattle, WA. @offbeatariel @offbeatbride PREVIOUS Cyber clubwear wedding dress!? BELIEVE IT! NEXT Shannon & Brandon's comedic Seattle wedding Toggle comments [ 27 ] Oh my godness….TOO COOL. Amazing amazing amazing ideas guys. It looks so comfortable and personable. And I've always loved that dress. Congrates to both of you! Reply I adore the wedding invites! 2 agree Reply DUDE! I'm so in love with their wedding. That is such an awesome idea! @~>~~ Reply Yes! I have a dream involving my wedding at the Field Museum here in Chicago, sadly, them dinos are too expensive for my bones. But this is awesome awesome awesome to look at. 1 agrees Reply God, so beautiful. My first choice venue is the Field Museum here in Chicago. This makes me determined to scrape together enough money to have it there! I still have well over a year and haven't booked a venue yet… Reply aw, my grandpa was a docent at that museum; it was one of my favorite places when i was a wee lass. such a lovely idea! Reply Holy crap, this is unbelievably cool! The invitations are the best! Reply This is Serena, I shot the wedding and it truly was awesome. These are just a few images up from my blog, but Leslie will be posting more soon. It was such a fun wedding to photograph. They played rockband instead of a first dance! 1 agrees Reply wasn't this an interpol cover? cool Reply the best part is the cake topper…(on the photographers blog) SOOOO cute…. Reply OMG! I love the LA Natural History Museum! I had no idea you could have weddings there! Reply […] I wish we could get married in a museum! Stupid British licencing laws. This was written by admin. Posted on Wednesday, April 1, 2009, at […] Reply I L.O.V.E. The photos & invites are RAD! Reply We wanted to do something like this but the licences weren't valid for the actual museum parts…only the function rooms. Sad,sad,sad times, especially when looking at how bloody awesome this is! Reply OMFG. my wedding is Dino themed…so this is amazing. wowwwwww. i love ever bit of it! :] Reply oh my freakin heck, i want to get married again. Hmmm, i wonder if i could talk my dear husband into doing a 10 year renew our vows thing???? Reply I LOVE IT!!! I'm looking and searching and wishing for a wedding in a museum of some sort although I doubt our budget will allow. But this, this is too freakin cool! Reply This is seriously my dream wedding. Wow. I am frequently cynical, but boy am I happy to live in a world where someone is awesome enough to put dinosaurs on their wedding invites. Love this! Reply OMg. Okay, super awesome invites. Wai-Ching dress and a museum. Love. Reply OH! I saw this one before! Matt Nolan uploaded some pictures to his flickr I still think the bit with the lights and the dinosaur skeletons is amazing Reply I think I'm kinda jealous of you! I'm a science teacher…I want a wedding at the Chicago Field Museum! Great idea and I'm glad you were able to do it! I'm still jealous, though! Reply […] We got the full scoop on the Natural History Museum wedding that Ariel first introduced you to back in March! Read it and […] Reply […] We got the full scoop on the Natural History Museum wedding that Ariel first introduced you to back in March! Read it and […] Reply […] I want to get married in a museum… '"Good news, everyone" is a registered trademark of Planet Express. The […] Reply That is so creative and awesome, an event everyone who attended will remember for a long while. Reply Yay Wai-Ching dress!!! And I love the invites! Particularly the little heart in the dino-ribcage. So cute. Reply Love the invites with the hearts in the dino's chests awesome! 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