The Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City was the garden backdrop to this “big gay wedding.” They included their three children into all aspects of the day with movie soundtracks, a kids’ table, glow sticks, and more. Other highlights included their gourmet grilled cheese bar, ice sculptures (with the couple as Minions!), a LEGO cake for the kids, a cake inspired by album cover art, and loads of succulents.
A surprise wedding is one thing. A surprise wedding with a Star Trek and LEGO theme is another. But a surprise Star Trek wedding planned entirely by the maid of honor?! Now that’s a whole other level of new for us. But when you see the photos, we think you’ll agree that it turned out fabulously. Just wait until you see the first look, the Tim Horton’s donuts, the Star Trek cake, and the awesome dancing.
Get a load of this gorgeous piece of awesomeness in the form of a wedding: succulents, a reception sword fight/dance, a new twist on the LEGO heart unity ceremony with guest interaction, a BMO card box, and 8-bit decor everywhere. Plus, you’ll fall in love with the bride’s response to the stresses of expectations and weight at weddings.
A local waterworks museum is a pretty rad venue for a LEGO-themed wedding like this. This pair loves engineering, color, and having a grand time building with LEGO. They may have been concerned that their guests wouldn’t jive with the theme, but boy were those fears unfounded. You’ll want to see how they incorporated LEGO into their cake, their ceremony, and even their shoes. Just watch out for the bride’s grandma… she’s feisty!
We had our guests choose and customize their own LEGO minifigures to take home as wedding favors. On top of being very popular, it turned into a fun activity for our guests at the reception/party!
A Wai-Ching dress, a LEGO cake and unity ceremony, and a wayward doggie ring bearer — yep, sounds like our kind of wedding! Plus, you’ll love the significance of the 799 paper cranes they made for decor. Click and see the flowing green dress and gorgeous Christian ceremony with just the right amount of customization in this backyard Texas celebration.