Being outdoorsy, pagan beliefs, love of all things Medieval… you know what this means. A Medieval handfasting with lots of mead, lots of maypole dancing, and major costume cred. Plus, a white horse somehow made its way to the wedding! It’s like magic.
Kelly Morgen jewelry is not your typical wedding jewelry find. Every piece of this sponsor’s collection tells a specific story from the world’s many mythologies and legends while also looking damn pretty.
As avid live action role players, it was only fitting that Anja & Lutz have a full-on historically-inspired, live action role player wedding. They even got their guests to dress up!
When Belinda from Romantic Threads contacted us, Ariel and I flipped because we knew how much OBBs would LOVE her amazing custom made fantasy gowns. You’ve actually seen Romantic Threads before in Sophie & David’s fantastic romantic Alaskan wedding — Belinda did Sophie’s “Super Duper Dramatic Fantasy Gown.” And there are so many more colors, […]
Texas photographer Stacy Reeves recently shot a Medieval-themed Day After session at an abandoned castle. The bride and groom incorporated Ren-Faire costumes, and a sword that the bride bought the groom as a wedding present.
The great thing about these photos is that it shows that you can have an historical themed wedding without going all-out on period costuming. In fact, the groom is more costume-y than the bride. And check out that groom gear! …
Katie & Scott honored their marriage in a faraway land and time, where Kings reigned, knights battled with swords, and peasants feasted with their hands.