A Quaker ceremony meets a 600-year-old reception hall for the kickiest LARPers-in-love celebration this side of York. Guests braved a winter snow storm and were rewarded with Hungry Hungry Hippos and a cake made of cheese wheels.
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The bride wears a rad crimson cloak and walks down the aisle to… 16-bit game music! This French couple goes Brit for a super fusion of theater, singers, and get-to-know-you games, all with a Tudor influence. Yeah, you should see it.
The only words the bride and groom utter in the German civil ceremony is "Ja" (Yes). This couple had a lot more to say than that and was super lucky to find an awesome official who would let them choose music, readings, and write their own vows. Also, four words: Big Leobowski cake topper!!
Claire is like a punk rock fairy godmother and Glyn is like the most awesome man behind the curtain ever. Toto, I don't think we're in Kanas anymore …
This couple turned their potluck wedding into a recipe book benefiting a charity close to their hearts.
There are polka dot toy cars and a real light pink classic car! I'm having a retro polka dot, craftastic, doughnut cake orgasm over here. You will, too, when you see this wedding.
Urzula & Peter threw Polish tradition (and superstition) to the wind and totally rocked their wedding! Keep an eye out for the random, (hopefully) fake strangulations.
An Elvis impersonator, purple wedding dress, elopement and a boat party? This wedding is awesome and sneaks in some tighty-(non)whitey action! Can you spot the briefs?
As avid live action role players, it was only fitting that Anja & Lutz have a full-on historically-inspired, live action role player wedding. They even got their guests to dress up!
Instead of getting gifts for their wedding, Melissa and Jared asked for honeymoon contributions. Thanks to generous gifts, couch surfing, and a little penny-pinching, they were able to have an awesome trip.
Tina & Nico got legally married in May, so they were free to get wedding'd their way. So, they had a family-filled wedding at a castle in Belgium. When I say family filled, I mean they literally involved their family as much as possible. Both Tina & Nico's fathers officiated the wedding!