The Madonna Inn is known for it’s kitschy flavor that matched Chris and Steph’s peacock feathers and LED wedding featuring feather boutonnieres, a paisley groom suit, light-up shoes, copper lanterns, a wooden ceremony arch, and starry theme. The couple met at an electronic music festival in California and wanted that same electric vibe infused into their wedding. The rocked feathers, bold colors, and lights to create a super fun yet glam
Amanda and Matt had a gorgeous and colorful wedding at Lanwades Hall in Kentford, Newmarket, UK with Simpsons references, an outdoor ceremony, and a CAROUSEL. No joke! Their Humanist ceremony included sing-along songs and a pupper bridesmaids, too. It was a party to remember.
Don’t miss the rainbow decor and photo booth, picnic fête style, and Fozzie Bear cameo…
Nora and Paco had a Quaker meets Mexico wedding at the school where Nora’s parents worked. Nora comes from Quaker roots and Paco was born and raised in Mexico, so the blend of these traditions was so interesting to see unfold. There was a traditional Quaker ceremony followed by a surprise Mariachi band that led guests to a Mexican fiesta complete with a fab taco bar and music. Once the Mariachi band departed, a folk band came in to lead everyone in traditional square dancing.
Venus and Sam rocked a colorful, bilingual wedding at the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine, FL with wedding invites printed on tea towels(!), ombre rose waterfall centerpiece(!!), and a cake exploding with flowers inside(!!!). There were also bath bomb favors (made by Venus’ sister), lookalike clay figurine cake toppers, and color everywhere.
Our wedding was a big, fun, love fest! My husband and I chose to do a music festival theme, because we met at Wakarusa, a music festival in the Ozark mountains. We wanted to be surrounded by nature on our wedding day, so our wedding was held at the beautiful Wildwood Park for the Arts. I am an art teacher, so I wanted our wedding to be an explosion of color. Each of my bridesmaids wore a different tertiary color on the color wheel. We also incorporated as much color as we could by using colorful tapestries on the tables and by hanging rainbow ribbons in the trees.
Daniel and Zoe live in NYC, but their wedding took place in Daniel’s home state, in Monroe, North Carolina. The couple enjoys both illustration and Brooklyn life, so you’ll see bits of both throughout the details of their colorful farm wedding. From the Simpsons details to the donut table to the colorful flower and herb centerpieces, everything was a nod to Daniel and Zoe’s homage to color, style, and serious emotion.
Get your hankies out for the ceremony, folks!