This pair had a big surprise just two weeks after getting engaged: the groom was being deployed. And so started the long-distance planning (Florida to Ohio) with a deployed groom to boot! But you’d never know it from the looks of this garden wedding with gorgeous views, literary details, and a superhero ring bearer.
Handmade bunting, loads of fabric streamers, a first dance right after the tearful ceremony, and some out-of-this-planet scenery make this rustic and rainy wedding a sight to see. You’ll definitely want to see the little note the bride left for the groom before the ceremony, too. Oh, and we learned that when you don’t have an umbrella, a unicorn mask works in a pinch.
We’re in the mood to bring some rainbows, glitter, and colorful details into your life. It’s a prismatic rainbow and colorful wedding theme week! Today we’ve got rainbow umbrellas and colorful candles keeping everyone warm in this outdoor Vermont wedding.
Emily and Phil met in 2002 through mutual friends in the UK Garrison, a Star Wars 501st legion group, and have been together ever since. The pair chose to have a wedding that combined all of their favorite things: leopard print, music, and, of course, Star Wars. The bridal party wore leopard-printed dresses to match Emily’s self-designed shoes, and the bride’s floor-length red bridal gown was matched by the groomsmen’s red shirts.
Pink and red with polka dots and pinwheels all over gives this Denver wedding a bit of a retro and a lot of ADORABLE. Add in some LEGO touches, a successful venue swap (due to a major flood!), and loads of DIY, and you’ll be all in. Oh, and you’ll never guess how the bride used Lady Gaga to surprise her dad!