We all flipped for the photo of Laura and Mark traversing the Snowy Mountains in their purple and black duds in a recent Monday Montage. This wedding is just lovely from start to finish. And thankfully, despite the flower girl’s worries, there was no dinosaur attack, just a whole lot of horses milling about.
Tribesmaid Stealmystapler offered these vintage souvenir glasses as favors. Alternative muglies FTW! But that’s not we need to start this week off right. You also need a dancing dog, a very literal save-the-date, some lightsabers, and maybe a top hat.
With amazing gradient mobiles that match the bride’s earrings that match her dress that matches the cake that matches the fiery candles… WHEW! Seriously, this wedding is a sight to see and totally authentic to their tastes. Plus, the bride painted a spectacular (seriously) triptych for the ceremony that made my day.
Daniel Sroka is both the owner and artist behind our sponsor Modern Ketubah. For you gentiles in the house, a ketubah is a marriage certificate based in Jewish tradition that’s also a work of art. But even if you aren’t Jewish you may want to get in on the ketubah action, especially if it’s from Daniel. Because in the traditional world of ketubahs, Modern Ketubah’s are decidedly different, and here’s why…
The artist who was supposed to be doing all of Davie and Vyctoria’s wedding art backed out. So Vyctoria stepped up instead and this is what she created.
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