Leigh and Tyler’s dinosaur-themed wedding featured plastic dinos, a variety of whiskeys, finger-licking barbecue, and even a dinosaur-inspired fauxhawk hairdo! They rented out guest cabins at the Shadow Mountain Guest Ranch just outside of Granby, Colorado. Get away from it all with this adorable dinosaur wedding in the country…
Annie and Jose had a multicultural midweek wedding under towering redwood trees. They gorgeously combined their two cultures (Jose is from Spain and Annie is from Japan) with ceremonies and details from each. They also used their communities to make the wedding a labor of love with DIY flower arrangements, makeup and hairstyles, and lots of decor elements. Don’t miss their guest book art project and golden dinosaurs, too!
The bride at this dinosaur wedding wore amazing gold glitter T-Rex heels that made her feel like an ancient force of nature along with her gigantic King Protea bouquet, crown of succulents, and golden claw. The cake was topped by two gold T-Rexes in a field of succulents and pin cushion proteas. That doesn’t even cover the Cumbia jams, handmade paper flowers, and amazing-looking hurros and cajeta. Don’t miss what happened when a piece of art broke at the reception art gallery space!
Megan and Ian were married in Scottsdale, Arizona in the lush green park at the Scottsdale Civic Center. After their sweet ceremony, they rocked out, sang, and danced among tons of gold-painted dinosaurs, brightly colored streamers, and inflatable dinos. Their guests enjoyed 100+ pie flavors, open karaoke, and all the gold sparkly dinosaurs you could ever want. As their hashtag hinted (#classydinosaurwedding), this was most definitely a classy dinosaur wedding of awesome.
You must see this Jewish wedding surrounded by dinosaurs at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Houston, Texas. Samantha and Matt are Californians originally from Houston, and they held their wedding in their home city. Things not to miss: the ceremony overlooking the dino skellies in the Paleontology Hall, the Charlotte Olympia cat shoes (cat ladies unite!), and the first dance underneath a T-Rex. The tablescapes were all different, with moss and grass in terrarium glass bells. You may drool over their macaron-covered cake, too.
You may recall a venue in New York City closing down and taking with it a lot of money from distraught couples. We heard all about it (and about wedding insurance) from this couple right here. Now we’ve got the whole wedding story complete with amazing venue savior and awesome dinosaur details.