Kilts, scotch, & lush greenery reign at this Denver art gallery wedding

Caroline and Andy wanted a wedding that was uniquely theirs, with none of the fluff or traditions that were not meaningful to them. Instead, they opted to bring in things they love together. This included a “scotch blessing” before dinner for everyone with custom shot glasses. They even carefully curated an intimate wedding party pre-wedding cocktail hour to ease everyone’s pre-wedding stressors.

Prepare to swoon at these stylish grooms and their swanky and chic wedding

Ricardo and Alex had a swanky and chic wedding at the FatVillage Art District in Fort Lauderdale, FL that blew us away. Ricardo owns a successful dance studio and his students and their parents support the LGBT community. Many attended the wedding and brought with them tons of fun vibes.

There were food trucks, a huge, lit-up cherry blossom tree, a custom backdrop and photo booth, and so many colorful and stylish details that you'll just have to start scrolling to see them all.

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A little bit vintage, artsy, and nerdy: this art gallery meets kale wedding is divine

The theming was a bit all over the board but it came together swimmingly. The look was super vintage starlet, the venue decorations leaned to a glam nature look but set in an industrial (literally a converted warehouse) art gallery/studios, which already had art on the walls and string lights which made decorating a breeze.

My husband was born and raised in Columbia, MO, so the idea of having the wedding downtown was something he was very invested in. Our rehearsal dinner was at a locally (state-wide probably) famous pizza place where we spent many late nights in college playing D&D and Munchkin.