Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day which means we’ve got a chic and fun pirate wedding in Madison, WI to share. Ben and Rona’s pirate-y wedding featured sea-worthy details like ships, anchors, octopodes, and lots of deep sea blues. They rocked some pirate hats and swords and even had a sword fight after their first dance!
Come about with your sea legs to see this adorable seafaring wedding in Wisconsin…
I’ve been eagerly awaiting getting to talk about Silver Leaf Costumes. Y’all know I LOVE me some Renaissance and historical garb, especially when it comes to weddings. And costume weddings are always our jam. But not all corsetry and historical wear is up to wedding standards. Thankfully, designer Laura Elliot makes ultra high quality look easy. And it will make you look EPIC…
Ahoy! ‘Tis Talk Like a Pirate Day ‘n have we got a pirate weddin’ fer ye. It’s two lovebirds who also love sword fighting, piñatas, and pirates. There was pirate trivia, amazing costumes, and even a horse entrance (well, almost!). You’ll drop your land lubber status for this pirates and sword fighting wedding.
Nina and James Hawaiian-themed wedding actually took place at Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. There were colorful drinks, tropical flora and foliage, a gorgeous vintage-style Hawaiian-themed program, a pineapple cake (that looked delish!), and even a pirate skull on top of their ceremony arch!
We’re getting married next month and having a pirate-themed wedding. Any bits of paper we needed (whether invitations, signs, or treasure-hunt clues) I decided to make look old and pirate-y.
This technique would also be great for medieval, historical, steampunk, fantasy, or Victorian themes. Some of you may have done something like this at school, but this is such a simple yet effective bit of DIY I just had to share it!
Kazi and Joe won an elopement package at an indoor skydiving facility and decided to get wed on Halloween dressed as pirates. They married inside the tunnel with a few iFLY staff members as their witnesses (dressed as a shark and a Ninja Turtle). They were married by their iFLY instructor, who happened to be ordained. Ready to see this pirates-meet-skydiving wedding?