Steph and David wanted their wedding guests to feel like they were attending a party in their home. Steph made a piñata for the card box, cascarones (Mexican confetti bombs!) to throw after the ceremony, and a ton of fun table decor. Don’t miss the taco bar, pies and paletas for dessert, some serious dancing and video games, and, of course, piñatas. Steph and David had custom piñatas made to represent them: a cat for Steph and a dinosaur for David. Almost too cute to break!
Let’s hear from Steph about how it all came together…
Heidi and Molly married in Mendocino, CA at Heritage House Resort as the picturesque backdrop for this beautiful non-binary gay wedding. It was so clearly joyful that I couldn’t stop smiling while looking at it. Heidi dyed her hair a deep blue to match the wedding party outfits and Molly rocked signature cufflinks, a dapper AF suit, and happy tears that’ll get you every time.
Amanda and Frank’s vintage garage wedding was a sea of colored hair and epic ink. The decor was geometric, totally avant garde, and just chic as hell.
Just wait until you see how well all of the black and white details meshed with the subtle florals, lighting, and gorgeous style…
One of my favorite combinations of styles is vivid color meets dark goth glam. And this dark & moody wedding inspiration has both in abundance. With florals ranging from purple scabiosa to black willows, a sweets table full of candy apples and a tower of macarons, and two brides rocking gold antlers, turquoise hair, and coordinating (but not matchy-matchy!) whie and gray gowns, it’s a gorgeous display with an eerie and chic vibe.
The hottest wedding ever: a fire & performance themed wedding (where the brides burned their dresses!)
The theme of our wedding was performance. We are professional performers and have lots of performing friends. We had many different performances from Burlesque, Fire, Aerial, Dance, Hip-Hop, Belly Dance, Singing, Juggling, and more.
But the wildest part was that we ended the ceremony by lighting our dresses on fire!
I’m a witch, my husband is not. He knows now after being with me this long that I care a great deal about ritual, intention, and love. So, we set out to do everything by hand. We braided our own handfasting rope, we decorated our broom together, we brewed mead together, we painted and created our whole twelve (12!) invitations together. During anything we did, we lit a red candle, and we would hush to each other about love. We would declare our intent.