Our nerdy science couples have always been down for dinosaur weddings and the dinosaur wedding details that accompany them. From dino jewelry and shoes to Stegosaurus hair to fossil-strewn wedding venues, these weddings are from another time. A long, long ago time!
Let’s go digging for inspirational artifacts from some of our very favorite dinosaur-themed weddings…
Stephanie and Pete met at their sci-fi book club, so a cosmic wedding theme was a total match. Stephanie said, “So much of this wedding was inspired by the beauty of space and the feeling you get when you look up at night that makes you feel lucky to be alive and in love.” Don’t miss the astronaut ice cream favors, the frozen yogurt and cupcake dessert display!
We were blown away by the chic style, classy fashion, and amazing Denver Art Museum venue at the styled elopement of real life couple Gabriel and David. Much of the inspiration came from a painting by Zeng Fanzhi at the museum. They cultivated a colorful and sleekly modern style into which we want to sink. Think sharp grays and blues and fresh tidbits of saturated citrus color everywhere.
Come for the art, stay for the shoes (on everyone!), the ultra stylish invites, the metallic marble and geometric cake, and the couple #goals. This is some urban modern wedding inspiration we can get behind…
Emma and Trevor temporarily took over the Murray Morgan Bridge in Tacoma, WA for their wedding ceremony! In the most romantic twist ever, the pair were engaged on that very spot they chose for their ceremony. This is a wedding ON A BRIDGE! Swoon city, folks.
Liz and Adam are HUGE movie buffs, so they had a movie-themed wedding at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, one of their favorite haunts. They worked in tons of movie-related details like movie poster invitations, vintage film reels, popcorn favors, a James Bond seating chart, and Star Wars cake toppers. Plus, the ceremony itself took place in a theater!
Megan and Jeff were bandmates who became lifemates at their musical wedding. Megan wore her mother’s dress, and they spoke personal and sacred vows. The unique museum space reception had vinyl slingin’ DJs, which was perfectly appropriate since they fell in love in their own band, The Wild Hymns. They even wrote and played a song together instead of a first dance.