Denae and Daniel clearly spent so much time and so much love on the details of their Harry Potter geek Scottish wedding in Maine. Danae scouted all of her table settings from thrift stores to create the vintage-inspired setup. The ceremony archway was framed by replicas of the couple’s pets: their cats and their lizard!
To cap it all off, there was a rainbow just as the reception was beginning. You just have to see it!
Tracy and Ben’s Tim Burton-inspired wedding was an amazing reflection of an aesthetic they love. Plus, there were hints of Star Wars and comic books, too. They got married at a private barn in Pipersville, PA that had rustic charm for days and plays host to art shows. Tracy DIYed all of the decorations including the very fun and geeky terrariums.
All of the groom’s side of the wedding party were in kilts (including his sisters!) and their pups made cameos all over. There was a September heat wave going on, so Tracy rocked a gorgeous and goth-inspired black parasol for some ceremony shade. Then it was all about the dancing in the (slightly) cooler barn. Let’s peep this killer goth and Tim Burton-inspired wedding…
Christina and Paul wanted a fairly traditional Scottish wedding with a bit of a twist. Think natural touches and a bit of a travel theme. Oh, and everything was seriously GORGEOUS on top of it all. there was lovely greenery, purple touches, and even travel-themed table names on a big map to show everyone where they’ve been (and where to sit, of course).
Don’t miss the HUGE heart-shaped cupcake display! Shall we peek at this Glasgow wedding of our kilted dreams?
This backyard labor of love wedding is darkly beautiful with rich reds (in hair, clothes, and decor!), an awesome handmade feast, and a courtyard ceremony full of tears and handwritten vows. You’ll love the long red gown and kilt/boots combo(!) on these brides. Don’t miss the sweet serenade during the reception!
Two brides, a kilt, a chic pants outfit, and so many playful details: this sweet Oregon wedding at McMenamins is making our life. But when you see what they did at the ceremony (hint: it involves singing into a mic!), you’ll be bowled over. Then take that bowling over to the lawn games and pizza party and you’ll have this fun-as-hell wedding.
The bride was living in Istanbul, the groom was in Mexico, her family hails from Scotland, but the wedding was to be held in England. Talk about a lot of Googling and Skyping to get this wedding planned! Good thing they had access to the groom’s gorgeous childhood home and backyard to which they could DIY it to high heaven. Just wait until you see the bride’s red sari, the Indian-meets-UK catering, and the amazing fire engine!