This wedding is ticking all our boxes with a carousel museum, retro style, a fab first dance, geeky touches, and a caramel apple station. Everything is delicious, nutritious, ambitious, and downright amazing. Don’t miss the amazingly funny program including references to Firefly, a “horse tornado,” a great unplugged explanation, and the “best man we could find.”
A black Vera Wang dress, black studded heels, and a groom in white — already the fashion is enough to make us drool, but just wait until you see the video game references and home brewery-inspired decor. It’s Final Fantasy meets beer meets dark elegance at this art museum in Ohio.
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!
Feast your eyes on this California wedding with a handmade hooded steampunk dress, a gorgeous, feathered brooch bouquet, Game of Thrones cake toppers, hot air balloon centerpieces, and lots of steampunk garb. But the sweetest elements are the “family band” that brought both sides together, and the family’s first dance. So many little girls flying through the air!
An elephant logo, elephant origami, and of course, an African Mammal museum backdrop: all perfect for this bride and her “elefante!” Add in their love of music and sports and the bride’s gorgeous princess dress, and you’ll be in animal-themed wedding heaven. And don’t forget to check out their cutie elephant cake topper and guitar guest book.
Lindsay and Arthur met in New York but originally hail from Arizona, so these two had a whole bunch of influences and passions to bring to their wedding at Williamsburg’s City Reliquary Museum. Arthur took cowboy chic to the next level with his turquoise-and-scorpion-encrusted Western Bolo tie, while Lindsay rocked her above-the-knee length off-white chevron patterned dress.