We love sharing your wedding stories, and we love that we get such a wide variety of people and backgrounds and cultures and heritages who want to tell us theirs. So of course we have an archive full of multicultural weddings! We've pulled together just a few of those awesome ceremonies that celebrate the coming together of people from different walks of life. Love is a fucking many-splendored thing, y'all.
When I was weeding through pictures of hair fascinators for my bridesmaids, I was totally in awe of how beautiful some of them were. After goofing off with my now husband in a craft store, I had a light bulb moment that I could make my own feather hair pieces. These were seriously easy to make. And you can totally DIY your own as well. I believe in you!
A few dice favors, some zergling pie toppers, and a chic warehouse-y venue — there is some seriously awesome nerd glam going on here. Don't miss the delicate greenery details in all of the decor (all DIYed!), the massive amount of teeny tiny pies, and the photo booth photos which are totally heading for blackmail land.
Autumn weddings. Rainy day weddings. We love 'em all, and Dan and Daisy's wedding last October was both. They got married on a beautifully drizzly autumn day at a Virginia vineyard, surrounded by pumpkins, dogs, and family. (Sigh. I just love photos of mama brides getting ready with their kiddos!)
Feast your eyes on this California wedding with a handmade hooded steampunk dress, a gorgeous, feathered brooch bouquet, Game of Thrones cake toppers, hot air balloon centerpieces, and lots of steampunk garb. But the sweetest elements are the "family band" that brought both sides together, and the family's first dance. So many little girls flying through the air!
I’m Anna Skye from Download & Print and I share printable wedding invitations. I had such fun sharing my Vinyl Record invitation with Offbeat Brides that I’m back with a new invitation, new musical era, and new free template just for you!
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My friends' small wedding was so full of love and they really made all of their guests feel like each one was a critical piece of who they were as a couple. My future husband said to me, as we left, that he really felt honored to be there. The problem: There's no way my future husband and I can cut our guest list to under 100 people. So how do we make our wedding feel small and intimate without being able to cut the guest list? I think we discovered the answer…
Boho Cornwall, a sweet couple, and their baby girl — what a way to elope in this UK wedding. The scenery alone with have your heart palpitating with joy. Add in the organic and wild bouquets, TONS of glowing candles, and the tiny flower girl walking mom down the aisle and you'll be racing to Google "Boho Cornwall elopement" just like these two did!
I requested the Miss Manners wedding book (published in 2010 — a mere four years ago) this week from my local library. The dilemma of how to address invitations when many of our friends and relations are cohabitating without being married was confusing me, and I figured Miss Manners would have something to say on the topic. She does, of course. She also has thoughts on everything else to do with weddings. I disagree VEHEMENTLY with some of her opinions…