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adults-only wedding

Thinking of having a no-kids wedding? We’ve done lots of posts about not inviting children to your wedding (we sometimes call these “child-free weddings”), and have great of advice about how to word your invitations to avoid family drama.

Kirsten & Dustin’s 1950s nostalgic rockabilly wedding

Our Lead Mod for the Tribe, Kirsten, knows a thing or two about weddings and she’s sharing with us her amazing, nostalgic rockabilly style. An art gallery setting, drool-worthy food, and lots of geeky touches will make you fall in love.

Tricia & Barrett’s floral-free chic art gallery wedding

No flowers, no cake, no joke: this a chic and funky do! This couple surrounded themselves with art, friends, and some amazing DIY projects and some cheap-and-chic centerpieces.

Jessi & John’s horror film, Rocktober 31st wedding

Aw, the last day of Halloween week… I hope you’ve had a Happy Halloween Week this year, I know I have. To close the week we bring you Jessi and John’s horror wedding! We’re talking zombie shoes, skull flowers, horror movie centerpieces and the perfect Halloween wedding cake topper! -Megs

Kimmy & Ramzi’s hill country sunset wedding with bells!

Kimmy & Ramzi didn’t think their wedding was gonna happen. However, one day Kimmy googled, “free wedding venues in Austin” and they literally found the venue of their dreams! And it was free to boot!

One fool-proof way to have an adults-only wedding (+ invitation wording!)

How can I make it clear from my invitations that while I love kids, I don’t love them at my wedding?” As usual, my recommendation comes down to being proactive instead of reactive. Instead of making it negative (“How can I say ‘NO CHILDREN ALLOWED’?”), simply pick a venue and time that support adult-only activities. In other words, have a night wedding at a 21+ venue like a bar or lounge. There’s nothing like an 9pm ceremony and a dude checking IDs at the door to keep the kiddlets away.