This week we’re letting our hair down and getting back to nature in the wild, wild outdoors! Today we’ve got a barefoot couple in the forests of Piccadilly with rainbows, a teepee, and one very fun Kombi. They managed to make it all happen while compromising with a religious family, coaxing a van into carrying a clown car-load, and dealing with a very naughty bird at the ceremony.
A midweek morning ceremony with a whole week of campout festivities surrounding it? Sounds fab. This couple was on a mission to keep things as eco-friendly as possible and to undertake any and all DIY projects. Was it a success? You’ll just have to see for yourself. Here’s a hint: hell yes.
If you’re looking for a super useful favor that probably won’t get tossed on the way out, check out Tara and Chuck’s idea: reusable canvas bags tied up with little thank you notes.
Washington brides, we just found where you’re going to get your wedding dress! Blue Sky Bridal is a very small bridal shop in Seattle, owned by Jen who’s a former Offbeat Bride-turned-Offbeat Vendor. Let’s dive into their eco-friendly ways and gush over real-life wedding photos of Blue Sky Bridal dresses in action… in forests, in cities, in the rain, and even on top of a mountain…
So you’re planning a wedding, you’re all set, and then a bundle of joy interrupts? Turned out just fine for this happy family. The postponement and reboot of this small wedding in the mountains gave them time to fold all the origami and prepare all the food for their intimate family-only gathering, with their princess along to play baby-bouquet.
This couple gets their geek on with a wink and a nod. From the chic 8-bit references to the sweet storybook readings, this geeky wedding has lots to ogle, but you’ll double-take when you see what one of the groomsmen wore to the reception. He didn’t put a bird on it, so much as he put it on a bird….