Up your carnival-theme game: get a cotton candy machine!

So this idea works for carnival weddings, that's a given. But really? ANY WEDDING can rock a cotton candy machine. Your sweets table, candy bar, and dessert spread is instantly that much awesome-er with the addition of delicious, fluffy, happy-inducing candy floss. I mean, just look at the faces on these kids at Christina and Michael's carnival wedding (with Elvis officiant!). Those are some blissed-out sugar-fiends.

It's easy to spot the adorable at this Where's Waldo engagement shoot

Corrie and Aaron had the most amazing Where's Waldo engagement shoot at a one-of-a-kind amusement park called Kennywood. They had a rad-as-hell day wandering around the park, interacting with all the guests, and just having a blast as Waldo and Wilma. This shoot sets the stage for their eventual carnival-themed wedding with a bounce house, dunking booth, and bonfire. Damn, that's a lot of fun. Let's see it!


Hunka hunka awesome: a carnival wedding with surprise Elvis officiant

Christina and Michael's carnival wedding was focused on FUN. There were collections of tin toys, gags, and DIYed flowers decorating the industrial winery venue, Cerruti Cellars. Straw provided tons of carnival-inspired food and a cotton candy maker. Color us jelly and hungry. their community pitched in with a handmade cake topped with a merry-go-round tin toy. Another friend created a funny zine as their program. The funniest moment of all, though, was the surprise performance by the King himself, Elvis Presley, who officiated the ceremony. When you've got Elvis, cotton candy, and this gorgeous pair, you're in for a hunka hunka eye candy. Let's take a peek at the whole thing.


This genderqueer, sweets-loving, carousel wedding will have you in circles

A giant carousel, Mad-libs wedding advice, a gorgeous Santa Monica backdrop, loads of sweets and a killer dessert table, all surrounded by the cutest couple in pastels. This candy-filled carousel wedding is making us spin right 'round with all the love we're seeing. Don't miss the ultra sentimental tributes to their parents, too!