Rainbow Bride #Fashion Porn#blue hair#california#corset#donuts#hairstyle#handmade dress#hat#outdoor#park#rainbow#short hair February 11 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Thanks to Offbeat Families reader and mommy blogger Laura for letting us know about this colorful bride Megan (love the name) and her rainbow themed wedding in a public park in Nevada City, California. Megan tells me that it was all planned and carried out in a matter of three weeks. And that's from proposal to wedding! Megan sez: "I LOVE colors, as you can see from my photos. I made my dress 100% from scratch all by myself. I wanted it to be very colorful and ruffly so that's what I did. I also made my little top hat because I didn't really want to make a veil, as my hair was already colorful enough and I didn't want to cover that up." For even MOAR rainbow wedding madness, click here and check out the selection of rainbow stylings below: Rainbow dresses and crinoline Photo by Andrew Thomas Lee Brooke has the rainbow crinoline thing down. She's got everything else pure white and just a few inches of colorful tulle peeking out. Photo by Wildberry Design and Studio Anya went the whole nine yards with a rainbow dress, rainbow bouquet, rainbow ribbon veil, and the sweetest little rainbow parasol. Photo by Bonnie J Heath Stephanie & Charlie had all kinds of eclectic things happening at their "Mystery House" wedding, but the highlight was the multi-tiered, ribbon and tulle dress. Cheers to that, indeed. Related Post Christine & Brian's nature-inspired steampunk wedding 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... Read more Rainbow bridesmaids Photo by ABC Photo Studio Chicago Il It's a rainbow explosion for Emily and her ladies. Wigs! Dresses! Giant paper flowers! Susan's bridesmaids all wore J. Crew dresses in different styles and colors, forming a rainbow. Cuties! Photo by Laura Vasilion Jenn and Sarah's "rainbow-fairy-sparkle" wedding featured a whole array of color for their eight bridesmaids. And rainbow wings make my heart happy! Rainbow gals posing with Reggie's bus in Chicago, proving you only need a few bridesmaids to form a rainbow. Andrea's crew is sportin' rainbow from top to toes, even in their makeup choice! And who doesn't love those HUGE bouquets?! Shoes and Accessories Photo by Bonnie J Heath Stephanie's rainbow wedges are adorable with white fishnets and bedazzled bows. Photo by ABC Photo Studio Chicago Il I COVET Emily's rainbow heart necklace! Photo by Britton Photography Mathea's DIY ornament bouquets were featured in a kick-ass tutorial. Just in time for a Christmas wedding? These rainbow stripe heels are awesome. Oh yeah. Catie blinged out her own shoes to match her rainbow socks. You can snag your own pair of socks here. A round rainbow necklace pulls it all together. Get it here. Cakes and cupcakes Photo by James Field Tribe member Lila made this towering rainbow cake herself. Here's a tutorial for a similar cake, in case this flips your switch. Photo by George Torode and Victoria Nightingale Mia and Martin's rainbow cake had a skiing theme as well. Plus kilts. Good themes are good. Pastel rainbows and baby deer abound on Matt & Kimberly's tiered rainbow cake. Another tutorial! This time it's rainbow communion bread courtesy of Tribe member Elizabeth Jancewicz. Rainbow flowers and decor Photo by Laura Benitz at Tender Portraits Liz had these gorgeous rainbow roses mixed in with deeply-hued flowers in her bouquet. Here's how you can grow your own rainbow roses. Photo by Laura Benitz at Tender Portraits Liz also had these awesome rainbow tulip glasses for her guests. I wouldn't want to separate them. Photo by LG Weddings Nicole made these flowers from repurposed filter papers that were used in her lab. Photo by JScott Photography Kara & John's "Taste the Rainbow" Skittles wedding HAD to include a Skittles-themed centerpiece. Behold the result! When in need of a good send-off, flags and ribbons are perfect for a no-clean up celebratory exit. Tutorials and other rainbow inspiration: A Rainbow of colored bouquets Growing rainbow roses tutorial Rainbow cake how-to Candy-colored flats Rainbow-inspired peep-toed shoes Offbeat Mama's rainbow-themed shower DIY ornament bouquet tutorial Ariel's amazing rainbow heels! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME 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 Horowitz Megan is the LA-based Offbeat Empire editor. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meggyfin @treatsandgeeksLA @meggyfin PREVIOUS Reader Survey results, Part 1 NEXT Hand constructed Victorian duck busts as cake toppers Show/Hide comments [ 20 ] Awesomely full of awesome awesomeness!!! Makes me want to dye my hair! 😀 Reply Aaaalllll the colours!!!!!!! 😀 😀 Reply I can't even describe how happy this makes me. This county is seriously lacking in color, and this just might be the perfect antidote. Reply head up to the ridge side of nevada County, plenty of color there. Reply This. Is. Mind blowing. One of the happiest, sweetest looking weddings (imo) I have seen in a long time. Reply That's pushing the limits of almost too freaking cool! 🙂 And even better, it looks like everybody had a great time! Reply Soooo cute! The bride is adorable and I love all the colors. Everything about it makes me smile. Reply A wedding full of color is beautiful. Reply I'm so glad you guys posted her wedding pictures. Isn't that the happiest looking wedding. Stress free and fun. I love happy people. Congrats Megan! Reply Holy shit, is that the Little Mermaid on her skirt? HELLS YES! Reply Thats great! nothing wrong with a little color. Lots of personality there. They are my favorite brides to spend the day with. Reply LOVE IT! This is one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever seen. So simple and fun. Plus, props to a bride who makes her own attire. Reply ZOMG!!!!!! That dress is AMAZING. And the bride looks so beautiful and happy in it. Congratulations to the both of you. I wish you nothing but peace, love, unity, and respect <3 Reply ZOMG!!!!!! That dress is AMAZING. And the bride looks so beautiful and happy in it. Congratulations to the both of you. I wish you nothing but peace, love, unity, and respect. Reply Heee. Awesome. Love it! Rainbows FTW! Reply YAY, YAY, holding down the fort in Nevada City. funny thing is, before reading the blog, i thought to myself, "self, that looks like a girl you went to high school with" Low and behold, it was 🙂 Reply I have a bunch of rainbow themed decor form my wedding that I would love to share on this post. How do i go about doing that? -Irene 1 agrees Reply You could post the photos to Flickr. We'd love to see them! 1 agrees Reply Eeee, all the rainbows! Reply I will be sure to send some of my brides to this website. I love to off-beat, fun theme of this website! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. 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