The adorable summer camp wedding that'll make you say "awww" at least once!

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photos by: Justine Johnson
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Photo by Justine Johnson

Holy pink fluffy wonder cats! Get a peep at the latest Flickr pool uploads that have been tweaking out our brains in all sorts of fantastical ways. Tribesmaid allpowerful and her new husband had one hell of a wedding bash. Or as Ariel put it, "Adorable ADORABLE adorable. Did I mention adorable? Because: ADORABLE!!!"

Not only did this wedding have the most "adorable" fashion — fluffy ombre skirt (made by Offbeat Bride vendor KMKDesignsThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them!) with a pink corset + a dude in a kilt!? — it also had pretty much everything one could want out of a wedding celebration. "Including fire?" you ask. Yes, including lots of fire…

Fire lighting unity ceremony

You know how much we love a unity tiki torch ceremony. Well, we especially love one when it's combined with a unity fireplace lighting.

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Ooh ooh, but also check out these adorable shoes. (Yes, "adorable" is the word of the day.) As allpowerful explains, "Once I had my corset on, I couldn't tie my own shoes. Still in love with my Fluevogs!"

Cotton Candy Machine

And what do I love more than cute shoes? Yummy treats, like cotton candy at a wedding.

Drinking Jars with Friendship Bracelet FavorsThen what better to wash down all that cotton candy with then a beverage from a Mason jar decorated with your very own hand-made friendship bracelet! (…Adorable, right?)

My cousin juggled for us the next morning

How do you end the wedding that has everything? … With MORE fire! Allpowerfull's cousin juggled fire for the guests the next morning. As ya' do.

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  1. "Oh please oh please leave a comment and beg this adorable couple to submit their wedding, because OMG I want to hear how they pulled off their summer camp wedding"

    Sorry, can't. I'm dead. Cute OD. *looks at pink ombre skirt, dies again*

  2. Yes! I want to see more! I got married at a summer camp too and it's so cool to see how other people did it!

  3. Aww, thanks for the love! I should clarify that the first, third, and last photo are Justine's. The rest were taken by my guests (and I've lost track of who took what…) Also, my skirt was made by OBB vendor KMKDesigns!
    I will submit very soon.

  4. This might be the most adorable set of wedding pix I've ever seen! More, more, more!! Love the clothes, the vibes, the mason jars, and wish I'd had cotton candy (and a cotton candy machine???) at my wedding! Love!

  5. OMG! I love this, the picture are so full of character. It definatly wasn't your run of the milll wedding. I would never have thought about having a wedding at a summer camp, but hello great idea! I have a friend that is recently engaged and I will be passing this idea along to her. The dress was a little much for me, I like a simple white gown when it comes to weddings, but liked the shoes! The treats of cotton candy and my favorite drinking mason jars were a nice touch! This blog is full of unique ideas, which is refreshing.

  6. THIS!!!!! ALL OF THIS!!
    This wedding looks amazing. I want details. I want to get to know the people who did this. Hell, I wish I had been there. So much awesomeness, please please please tell me more, tell me more!

  7. this looks like where I went to camp in the 7th grade…and she's from MA so I wonder if it was it! Camp Wing? I love this 🙂

  8. yes please! let us know where on earth you live and where this summer camp is! I've researched quite a few summer camps but have found most of them to be too expensive — although we do live in LA ($$$$). Your wedding looks fun and lovely!

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