This bride owns one of our most favorite dress design companies, KMKDesigns, so you won't be too surprised to see that her own dress is nothing less than magnificent. But you'll also be swept away by the other handmade fashions, nom-worthy cupcakes, the jail tour, and the totally sweet "high school prom" first dance.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of cupcakes posts.
Suzi and Paul share our fondness for the wriggly tentacled types that we're celebrating this week in our mash-up theme of barns and tentacles (BARN-ACLE WEEK!). We scoured the tentacle archives and found steampunk octopodes, squid cakes, tentacle crowns, knitted cephalopods, and tentacle-covered accessories. Wrap your many arms around these babies…
If you're looking for a way to combine cake and favors, cupcakes in jars are a great option. It makes the cake that much more portable, and those who are full on the meal (including you) can still get their sugar fix later. Plus: CUTE! While you can bake them directly in the jars (like this rainbow cake!), I'd recommend putting them in after. Here's how.
Tribesmaid Luckycharm had an awesomely geeky wedding with references to Tetris, Dungeons & Dragons, Pokemon, Final Fantasy, and superheroes, so she's totally a girl of my own heart. But one part that totally stands out is their Atlas and P-body LEGO cake toppers on a Portal 2 companion cube cake.
There are hidden freebies all over the web: downloadable templates, patterns, fonts, fingerprint trees, and more. I stumble across them all the time while browsing blogs. But now I'm attempting to compile a MEGA-SUPER-MONDO list of all kinds of free printables and downloadable templates for wedding DIY projects.
Lindsay and Joe crafted an amazing Renaissance-themed wedding complete with battle axe cake cutting. Here are some of my favorite details.