guerilla wedding

What’s a guerilla wedding? It’s when you have a ceremony in a venue where you don’t have official permission to do so. If you like controlling every detail of your day, this isn’t for you… but if you want your wedding to feel spontaneous and exciting, guerilla weddings are awesome.

Tori & Clayton’s 1920s “cat gangster,” pirate-y, guerilla wedding

Tori and Clayton intrigued and delighted us in our Valentine’s Day Monday Montage — Cat ears and tails? Pink hair and pirates? San Francisco land marks? We wanted more. Well here we go…

Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer’s surprise, flashmob, art-piece wedding

Author, Neil Gaiman and artist, performer and musician, Amanda Palmer had a surprise, flashmob wedding in New Orleans which featured, not only a surprise wedding, but surprise top hats, tea cups and a living bride statue.

Meghann & Josh’s guerilla civil ceremony in Disneyland

On the fourth day of elopement week, Meghann & Josh will take us to a faraway land called Disneyland. Meghann & Josh are Disneyland annual pass holders so they decided to have a, totally not-approved-by-Disney, quickie civil ceremony inside the park. The best part when Alice and the Mad Hatter joined mid-ceremony as their Best Man and Maid of Honor. -Coco

Samantha & Ryan’s New York, Alice in Wonderland, guerilla wedding

Samantha and Ryan eloped to NYC to get married in front of the Alice in Wonderland statue on Halloween –guerilla style.

Jessica & Jeffrey’s guerilla wedding

Mr. A-go-go & I thought and thought and thought about what to do for the shindig — we waffled between hitting the county registrars office and doing a Pee-Wee’s Playhouse tribute (we even found someone to get ordained and marry us as Jambi!). We ended up holding a guerrilla wedding at the famous fountain in our hood where wedding parties take their group photos every weekend.