A tattoo artist and his tattooed bride at this Tacoma tattooed wedding

Washington couples might find lots of familiar places to love at this Tacoma tattooed wedding. Greer and Mike met at House of Tattoo in Tacoma — he the artist and she the new shop assistant. They were wed at the Wright Park Conservatory and rocked the rest of the night just down the street at The Hub. There were vegan goodies (including a vegan cake!), rainbow hair, gorgeous foliage, and and of course, lots of great ink.

This wood grain cake is our rustic wedding dream cake

I spied this amazing wood grain cake at the wedding of Jalyn and Andrew at Alderbrook Inn and Resort in Union, WA. They had a rustic forest theme with pine cones, slices of logs, bundled wood place cards, and of course, this cake made to look like wood grain. It as like a fancy camp-out in the woods, all at their fingertips.

Let's have an adventure and take a peek at the cake and other rustic woodsy wedding details…


Rubber ducks and blue hair: we love this sea-inspired wedding meets masquerade

Rachel and Rial love whimsy and some of their memories are of enjoying the ocean together, so naturally, their wedding had a sea-inspired wedding meets masquerade. Their wedding showcased the most vibrant colors for hair, bouquets (made by Rachel), wedding party attire, elaborate masks, sea glass, and even rubber duckies for party favors because they are one of Rial's favorite things. Oh, and the rubber ducky cake toppers were hand painted to match their hair and attire of the couple. You'll love the groom's vows on bended knee!

Are you prepared for this Borderlands cosplay wedding?

Attention Borderlands fans: this Borderlands cosplay wedding is right up your alley. With handcrafted weapons and costumes, this intimate wedding takes video game themes up a notch and wowed us. You don't want to miss the detail that went into the costumes, the decor, and the Borderlands details. Plus, if you're looking for amazing Etsy sellers for these details, you'll want to see the list.