Matt and Jescia's amazing amusement park wedding photos #Wedding Porn#north dakota#park#tattooed bride July 21 | Megan Finley meganfinley So yeah… Ariel and I are kind of (okay fine…) TOTALLY freaking out over Matt and Jescia's incredible wedding party photos taken on carnival rides at some amusement park in Bismarck, North Dakota. They took awesome ferris wheel shots like this one of the bride and groom here, along with some fun times on a swing (remember underdogs?), merry-go-round photos, and these really great bridal party photos with the groups going down a Super Slide… Oh and they had a fantabulous homemade photo booth… And, oh and yes, they also got married. And this might well be one of my favorite "we did it" moment photos… Related Post Jescia & Matt's inflatable Peter-Pan syndrome wedding extravaganza Even though Jescia & Matt are from a small town in North Dakota they weren't afraid to buck tradition and have a secular wedding their... Read more Hopefully these crazy kids will be filling out a bride profile SOON! So that we can get you more details asap. Until then… slide show! 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 Megan Finley Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher and Editorial Overlord. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog. @meganfinley @meggyfin PREVIOUS Jill & Andy's retro chic legal ceremony on Good Friday NEXT An open letter to wedding photographers regarding their websites Toggle comments [ 32 ] Oh, this is just toooooooooooooo great. You two are going to go down in wedding history! Bless you both!! xoxox 2 agree Reply This has to be one of the favorite sets of wedding photos I have ever seen! Love – love the photo booth! Also, the colors & feathers appearing here and there are fantastic. Looks like a wonderful time! Reply I was kinda getting bored with the old DIY photo booth thing, but you guys have restored my faith in kitschy alternatives to wedding pics. Best wishes to you both – and thanks for sharing! Reply I say these the other day and they were AWESOME! Plus they went to Harry Potter World for their honeymoon, so she is extra cool in my book. I may be wrong here, but isn't her name Jescia and not Jessica? Reply Haha, oops, you beat me to the correction. Yes it is Jescia, and hopefully she will be filling out an OBB wedding profile soon! Reply It is Jescia pronounces (Jes – see – a) Reply WHOOOOOA! This wedding looks amazingly fun. I love the uncomfortable-mom-watching-the-kids-smooch picture at the fabulous fake photo wall. Reply not to side-show how lovely these photos are (the ferris wheel one!), but *ahem* i simply want to know about her dress…and where i can get it =) Reply saks fifth avenue – sue wong gown… it was WAYYYYY cheaper than a wedding dress. WAYYYYY cheaper. Reply I was thinking that was a Sue Wong dress! She used to make something really similar to this dress in teal with bronze beading and accents that I had ogled for my wedding dress for months…. stunning dress, and you just look beautiful in it. What a gorgeous wedding–you all look so happy! Reply Yay Jescia and Matt! I know those crazy kids and yes, you can thank me for introducing them to OBB, though I can't take credit for planning (or even, alas, attending) their fabulous wedding. This is what happens when you marry a working artist to a working writer – awesomeness! P.S. Jescia, I am totally stealing your photobooth idea(s). P.P.S. Meghan – please post the photobooth pic where they use big white dialog and thought bubbles. Best. Idea. Ever. Reply Uh, PS – I just realized this because I just told Jescia – Her name is JESCIA (pronounced "jess-see-ah", not "Jessica." Reply Oops, sorry. It's been fixed. That's what I get for writing posts when I'm way to excited. Reply oh, hey! I have no idea where to fill out a wedding profile?!? eep! Reply http://www.offbeatbridal.com Now get on it! Reply Wow! I'm moving to Bismarck now! Reply We make Bismarck look a lot cooler than it really is… haha Reply Oh, soooo cute! Reply AWESOME amusement park pics! We're having ours done at our home town fun fair, where we fell in love – I can't wait! Congrats on getting hitched in such a fun way, you two Reply Omg. This wedding is brilliant. It makes me want to change my plans and get married at an amusement park. Also I'm much more into purple now haha. AMAZING!!!! Fantastic pictures and OMG PHOTO BOOTH!! I'm going to start working on a variation of that STAT. So hilarious. thank you thank you thank you. Reply That photo booth is super insane! I DIE! Can I please steal this? I love this wedding! Sidebar: have you all noticed how the typewriter guest book is definitely the latest trend? That and chalk boards seem to be popping up in every wedding I've seen in the past month. Reply Awesome photobooth! This is a great, fun, crazy wedding just like I love them! I can't wait to hear more about it!! Reply oh wow, I *LOVE* it! The dress is amazing – totally what I was looking for (I'm making mine instead tho). The swings! the slides! the pictures! everything! Reply Where did you get the bridesmaids dresses? I love them, and the girls look super comfy in them too! Reply Surprisingly, we got them at David's Bridal. They have pockets. I think that was why they won. Reply Awesome, thanks Reply Where did you get the tree decoration? Reply I bought the whole stock of round mirrors from Hobby Lobby and glued them together with ribbons in between. Really really easy. Reply You're freaking out? I'm freaking out too. SO CUTE. Cute isn't the right word. But I LOVE IT. Reply Congratulations! You two have some great photo ideas! Reply I really like the photo with the parents in the background looking in disapproval. Reply WOW! This is just fantastic! Dude, I am now wishing with every fibre of my being that I lived in a town with an amusement park. Or one that at least had a resident ferris wheel. NO FAIR. But honestly, it looks like an absolute blast was had by all, and I bet it was an absolutely marvellous and unforgettable wedding day. Aw, and how did you do your photobooth, Jescia? Was it with a computer, or camera on a tripod? Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 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. 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