Liz and Anthony were married beneath the cliffs of Nyack Beach State Park in New York where the views are unreal. Liz rocked a short black dress and a killer jacket while Anthony wore the shirt he wore on their first date. It was a super sweet sentiment and we’re swooning. Oh, and did I mention that their officiant was A MUPPET? Oh hell yes. We haven’t seen a Muppet wedding in ages.
Once you’ve photographed Dick Van Dyke’s seafoam circus wedding, it’s hard to come down from that high. But boy are we going to try with Jenna and Robert’s most delightful and so very Hollywood-themed Muppet wedding in LA captured by our sponsor Rawtography. We’re going to show you a video highlight of this wedding that will make your knees go weak, and you’ll running over to book your date with LA-based Rawtography for your own video.
Remember a while ago when I got to crash Offbeat Bride Jennifer and her husband Ryan’s wedding at the Jim Henson Studios here in LA? Well, Jennifer and Ryan’s pictures are in, and I want you to re-live the wedding crashing goodness with me. Come with me to see the geektastic wedding details that’ll definitely cause a pleasant disturbance in the Force.
Sarah and Shane first met at a Comic-Con Speed Dating event, and their love for movies, Doctor Who, and puppets brought them together. They got married at the Scotia Cinema in New York, where guests were greeted with popcorn and 3D glasses, and then peppered with trivia questions about the couple’s relationship.
Offbeat Bride Sarah and her new husband Tim had a straight-up Kermit and Miss Piggy-themed wedding. Now we’ve seen Muppet weddings before, but this is the first time we’ve seen a very specific Muppet wedding.
This combination of themes may seem a little odd at first, but once you see it, you love it! We’ve got Stephen Colbert-inspired cue cards, spin drums, steamy Western/sci-fi garb (complete with ray guns), flame-powered centerpieces, and some sweet children’s vows. You might also be inspired by their half public/half private vows, too. Oh, and wait until you see the faux “ink bleeder” pen made by the groom for the signing of the marriage certificate! Totally bad-ass.