Candy-coated, kid-tastic, rockabilly wedding

February 16 | meganfinley

Do you guys remember Khaki & Carl's tattoo-infested wedding in the swamplands? Khaki, who happens to be a Brooklyn wedding photographer, recently sent us a few photos she shot of a buddy's wedding. Wait until you see the groom's cake!

_MG_0393Pattie and Frank got married in Boston this past summer. Check out Pattie's amazing wedding day look, complete with fantastic hair style, gorgeous tattoos, and a vintage dress.

_MG_0413Get an eyeful of these bridesmaids… I want to make out with all of these ladies. But I'm pretty sure that they're all WAY out of my league.

_MG_0409 Khaki told us that some of her favorite ideas were the hand-made felt flower and lollipop bouquets and centerpieces. I love these felt boutonnieres as well.

_MG_0530Though my favorite aspect of this wedding is this scooter-shaped groom's cake. Again I find myself asking, why do grooms get the coolest cakes?

_MG_0603Pattie and Frank's wedding was also SUPER kid-friendly. And I have to say these crawl tunnels are an AWESOME addition to their reception.

Thanks to Khaki for sending this wedding our way! And for more photos from this rockabilly, kid-tastic, fun-time wedding, check out this slideshow…

  1. holy shitballs….love that scooter cake. we're escaping our wedding on a Vespa Rally. Love it!

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  2. Awesome!! I'm thinking of doing rock candy centerpieces, the felt flowers look great with the candy! Where did the fans come from? I'm looking for something similar.

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  3. Oh wow, what a gorgeous bride! And candy centerpieces? Awesome.

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  4. Proof: being rockabilly can still be kid-friendly. I think some people sometimes have a hard time imaging kids at offbeat weddings. Which is funny, because I have a hard time imagining kids at on-beat weddings. XD

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  5. Does anyone else think that the bridesmaid on the far right looks exactly like kristin shaal?!

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  6. Most amazing collection of bridal hair and bridesmaids hair I have ever seen! Jealous!

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