Beaches, bunnies, & a first performance at this youth hostel wedding in England

Nicola & Lewis’ laid-back beach wedding quite literally rocked with live music, their pet bunny, hot chocolate and marshmallows, fire pits, and so much more. The setting was the Yorkshire coastline which somehow transported us to what looked like a tropical location but was actually a destination wedding at the Boggle Hole, just south of Whitby in England.

Nicola and Lewis got married on the beach in front of their friends and family, they played a song together in place of a first dance, before heading to their reception at the pirate-themed youth hostel, the Boggle Hole YHA.

Wristbands, fireworks, lasers, & glow sticks at this musical fest inspired wedding

Rachel and Rob love music festivals and wanted their wedding to reflect that passion with festival wristbands, a glitter and glow stick bar, a bonfire, fireworks, multiple music acts, lasers, and live art. They hosted it at all at Stone Tavern Farm in Roxbury, NY with the ceremony in the glowing field beneath a tree. Don't miss the hot dog-costumed toast, a glitter and glow station, a live painting being created during the wedding, and a surprise fireworks display followed by an after party with live music performed by Space Bacon and an accompanying laser show. Here's what Rachel had to say about it all…


Grab a plate of BBQ and check out this music festival backwoods wedding with a "tent city"

We used our love of music festivals as inspiration for our music festival backwoods wedding. We had food stalls instead of traditional catering, a couple of local bands, lots of tents, and an overall casual feel to the whole day. We hung hundreds of feet of string lights and accented the space with hand-painted signs and quirky little details like gnomes and mini VW buses. Guests were encouraged to camp out so there was a little tent city on the property.

Journey to the center of the Earth at this Iceland volcano wedding 700 feet down!

Southern Australian couple, Petra and Jan, decided that their bucket list included a two-day Iceland volcano wedding with their three sons joining them as guests. They wanted to be the first to marry somewhere unforgettable in Iceland, inside a VOLCANO. They were married 700 feet down into the Earth. Just wait until you hear the whole story to the center of the Earth…