Remember Minerva from her insightful guest posts? We’ve got her epic vow renewal that made us love her even more, if that’s possible. This flamingo-filled vow renewal at a 19th-century renovated brewery featured a unity pizza-cutting ceremony, donuts, lots of rosé champagne, and a fun couple’s boudoir shoot!
Pizza, puppies & popping the question(s): How we honored our individuality through a mutual proposal
My now fiancé and I soon realized after we started dating that we take pride in having an equal partnership. So, when the time came to take the next step in our relationship, we were stumped. How can we be true to ourselves and to our relationship in what will be one of the most important decisions of our lives? It just didn’t feel right if only one of us asked the other. Together, we researched and came across a few different articles about mutual proposals. Mutual proposals — a newish concept, are exactly how they sound — proposing to one another. We decided to morph a few of the ideas we saw online and had the best day ever.
Pink hair, loads of pies (both dessert AND pizza!), a funny ceremony snafu, a pre-emptive ring ceremony, and animal centerpieces — have we hooked you in yet? This sweet and economical wedding hits all our buttons. Don’t miss the rustic log details, handmade sugar peony cake, and the gorgeous bubble send-off.
This week we’re celebrating the tea-length, the mini, and the cocktail — that’s right, it’s short dress week! Today we’ve got a backyard wedding with family vows, Mad-Libs, polka dots, trivia, and tons of pizza. How did these two know exactly what we wanted to see today? Perk up your midweek with this super sweet, family-centric wedding on a Tuesday.
At the end of my best friends’ wedding I was exhausted and starving. Which was why, when they surprised us all with pizza, I screamed out “best wedding idea ever!” To which they responded that they had gotten the idea from me. Oh yeah!
This week we’re celebrating intimate weddings with destination elopements, cozy city hall vows, and private romantic ceremonies. This time, the groom wore his Class A’s and the bride wore a short white dress to their courthouse ceremony with pizza and bar-hopping as the after-party. These two wanted a mid-week ceremony catered to their style, and they definitely did it. Low budget, high fun, epic pizza.