Liz and Tony’s wedding inspiration came from trips and involvement in the Burning Man community where they met some of their closest friends. Some of our favorite parts were their customized outfits in teal and green with octopus light-up umbrellas, and their reception with fire dancers, fire sculptures, and a ring nest complete with robin’s eggs. Liz’s dress featured loads of tentacles and a corset made from shattered pieces of mirrored glass. You’ll absolutely want to see the whole shebang.
A red Medieval gown, golden antler crowns (!!), Scottish kilts, major costume cred, geeky ceremony references, and a giant bride versus groom sword/axe fight that will wow you — have we got you hooked yet? If not, you’ll definitely be sucked in with the pine cone and wooden log centerpieces, woodsy Mario cake, and wee ones in Medieval garb at this Medieval feast wedding.
Owls, house banners, and eerily accurate Harry Potter details at Kayleigh & Dougie’s Scottish Harry Potter wedding
When you see the DIYed details of this Harry Potter wedding in Scotland, you’ll wonder if magic actually exists to make these details so amazingly accurate. We’re talking The Daily Prophet, a truly fabulous Honeyduke’s sweets table, house banners, wand place cards, a sorting hat, a phoenix cake, A Quibbler, an Azkaban photo booth, and real owls! The groom got a little surprise at the reception with a shout-out to his faves, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This one is a must-see, all you Potterphiles.
We luv us some offbeat fashion, and the fellas out there cannot be left out of the equation. I’ve rounded up 22 truly inspiring, high-tone looks from our groom gear tag. Browse to your heart’s content and witness everything from kilts to zoot suits to kimono — this is serious wedding style for grooms and other masculine folks.
This pair called their wedding theme “Falling in Lovecraft.” As big Lovecraft fans, they had a tentacle gold bracelet, a Cthulhu-headed cufflink set and paisley tie, and even moss and willow for the centerpieces that were inspired by the creatures of Lovecraft.
This Celtic-inspired fantasy wedding has a gorgeous dress with added fantasy sleeves, hot kilts, handmade dragon cake toppers, board games galore, and some wild wedding planning mishaps. But it all came together in this blend of tradition and geekery. Don’t miss the sweet favorite moment involving the bride’s 92-year-old father, too!