It's been a while since I did a shoe post for mah ladies who wear larger-sized shoes (did you know we have an entire archive?), so those of us who are over a size 10, let's gather around the screen and enjoy some sweet-ass bridal footwear that actually fits your sweet-ass feet. Most of these are from Barefoot Tess, and most of them are available up to a size 15.
Turkey legs, jousts, games, wench-y corsets, and a golden rose ceremony: sounds like a Renaissance festival wedding for the ages. And then add in the blessing from the king and queen, the adorable mini-chapel, and the tree-climbing uncle-with-a-camera, and you've got a wedding that'll melt any garb-wearing Renny around.
Even though our wedding is planned for October, we had yet to get "officially" engaged. My boyfriend was getting more and more stressed due to what he perceived to be the pressure of creating "the perfect" proposal. I realized that I was letting him do it because I wanted the story, something cool to tell my friends. It occurred to me that I was putting other people's reactions and opinions ahead of my love's well being. So I decided I would take matters into my own hands.
Lindsay and Arthur met in New York but originally hail from Arizona, so these two had a whole bunch of influences and passions to bring to their wedding at Williamsburg's City Reliquary Museum. Arthur took cowboy chic to the next level with his turquoise-and-scorpion-encrusted Western Bolo tie, while Lindsay rocked her above-the-knee length off-white chevron patterned dress.
Capetown's gorgeous scenery is the perfect backdrop for this sweet and intimate chapel wedding. You need to see this bride's necklace/shoulder jewelry AND the groom's adorable I'm-so-happy-to-marry-this-woman cheer or else our work isn't done. Our only regret is not being invited to their second ceremony in Zimbabwe!
What's better than ye olde photo booth? A slow motion booth. Or as booth operators (and Offbeat Vendors) The Adventures Of call it, "the SlowMo Booth." Check it out all the glitter bombing, goofy faces, and slow-motion wedding joy in action (with some surprise guest appearances by one Will Wheaton)…
This is Zam. Lily from Wild About You Photography photographed Zam and his bride Athena in Hong Kong, and I think we can all agree that he totally freaking ROCKED his groom gear. He claims that his style has been heavily influenced by NBA stars (HA!) but we think he's totally got his own thing going on — you're going to lose it when you see his shoes.
This wedding is a pretty easy sell: they had a BEER UNICORN! And vodka slushies! And ocotopus and mustache dresses! And tentacle fingers! And animal centerpieces! And the Cliffs of Insanity! We're dropping-our-pants-happy about this Texas-meets-Ireland wedding. It's too much — go on without us and enjoy!
How many of you are totally in love with those vintage typewriter wedding details, but alas(!) you do not own or have access to a vintage typewriter? Our sponsor As a Paper Doll is your gateway to vintage typewriter-made wedding goodies! Maybe your not exactly sure HOW you can incorporate awesome typewritten stationery into your wedding, but you know you'd like to? Check out some more of the ways As a Paper Doll can vintage-ify your party details…
Jamie and Tim had an intimate small ceremony with friends and family in their home. They are also World of Warcraft nerds to the nth degree. So I wrote a WoW inclusive ceremony for them. It was about 10 minutes long. Here's it is…