Our wedding was surprisingly traditional, despite the fact that I’m happily bisexual, Greg is “heteroflexible,” and we’re polyamorous.
If you could dream up a geeky celebration of love and life set in a garden, you’d probably come close to the wedding that Olivia and James had at The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast in Great Malvern (United Kingdom). These guys had two cakes, one with a Lego Stargate scenario on top and the other was a TARDIS), Olivia wore white Batman-adorned Converse, guests were assigned to a spaceship-labeled table for dinner, and Olivia also carried a TARDIS and a Golden Snitch as her good luck charms. AND our very own Catherine designed Olivia’s dragon engagement ring!
When a crocodile invites himself to the wedding, you pretty much have to show him a good time… or else! And these two totally did that with their South African dishes and Amarula, the bride’s awesome gossamer wings, the Harry Potter ring book, and the sweet wine box ceremony. Check out the rest of the wedding and keep an eye out for various fauna that might be on the loose.
Rachel and Rich’s photographer, Pilster Photography, described Rachel as “the queen of DIY” so I know some of y’all are going to love this super happy celebration. These two had a limited budget and pulled together a day that radiates sunshine and giggles — complete with having their dog come along for the day.
Succulent favors, antiqued gift table, and some last-minute farm tables… it’s a rustc and DIYed wedding! Oh, and don’t forget the homage to the groom’s Mexican heritage. We’re talking Loteria place cards, Mexican blankets, and a taco and margarita bar. We also nominate their adopted shiba mix for the “best dressed wedding dog” award!
Space: the final wedding frontier. Or you know, a pretty rad frontier with lightsabers in the photo booth, star-covered custom Converse, handmade vanilla extract favors, and breakfast for dinner. It’s like these two read my mind. Oh wait, there’s a donut tower, too? Let’s be best friends, awesome cafe wedding in Maine.