Sophie and Jem had a skateboarding wedding in Leeds that looked like serious fun. The skate community is a big part of their lives, so part of the wedding ended up at the skate park. Then it was all about the DIY details including paper bouquets made by one of the bridesmaids, personalized carnival games, and loads of handmade decorations.
There’s some serious beauty happening here, most especially with the incredible paper flower headpieces (and belts! and adornments!) by Papel (Paper).
They’re intricately folded and strategically placed in ways that make us bow down to how amazing they are. Try not to pee yourself when you see…
“As soon as we started researching bookish wedding ideas, we saw a book arch and knew we HAD to have one. The bookish theme just sort of snowballed from there.” Oh yes, it did! This pair latched onto the book theme and made it truly amazing. Just wait until you see their awesome glass-clinking idea, too. This is a book nerds wedding for the… books. Ahem.
Gabrielle and Laura’s Seattle wedding day started off with a bang with some high-flying first look photos at at Emerald City Trapeze. Their custom-made dresses, book paper flower bouquets, and luminous chuppah were a total highlight, but the reception at Urban Light Studios also had an ice cream bar, traditional hora, and tons of string lights.
This pair’s love of movies, superheroes, video games, and pop culture influenced all their decisions in this superhero scout camp wedding. Don’t even think about missing their sweet walk down the aisle, the bride’s gorgeously retro blue dress that she made the NIGHT BEFORE the wedding, the wild groomsmen photos, and alllll of the superhero touches.