The bride may have worn an awesome dark blue dress that became the color inspiration for everything else, but the most fun to be had in this wedding was the photo booth, hidden gem venue, and the shoe game! They were a little worried about their first dance since they never practiced, but winging it looked like a hell of a good time.
The groom’s parents own a garden center, so these two jumped at the chance to have a foliage-filled space to host their wedding. With a ROYGBIV backdrop of rainbow murals and a rainbow-clad wedding party (including a wiener dog in a yellow tux), you just can’t go wrong.
Since the holidays are here, I thought we’d re-broach the topic of serving gluten free food. This is a good guide, not just for weddings, but for any party you happen to be throwing in general. So here’s Sara (aka iLiveinmyLab) with her expert advice on how to safely serve gluten-free food to your guests.
This couple blends Indian cuisine, fairies, bellydancers, Rajasthani and Tunisian dancers, fire-spinning and yes, Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It” on accordion, into a medley of colors and flavors too awesome to be kept indoors. They had to carve a place in Wisconsin’s Driftless Region to hold all of this inspiration.
If you have guests on your list who are going gluten-free and you’re confused about how to accommodate their needs, you’re not alone. Here are a few quick and easy ways to improve your gluten-free guests’ experience.