Alex and Glenn were OVERFLOWING with ideas for their wedding. Alex’s Indian heritage was featured during the ceremony overlooking Lake Michigan in Chicago by focusing on a stunning mehndi-inspired aisle runner. They held it at the spectacular Adler Planetarium(!) which capitalized on Glenn’s love of constellations. Think outer space colors like deep fuchsia, purple, and blue, and “under the sea”-themed invitation suite, centerpieces featuring constellations and sea creatures,
Don’t miss the two epic dresses the bride wore, the fabulous dragon cake, and the constellation coloring book…
“The initial concept was: what if David Lynch was to film the ballroom scene from the Addams Family movie and the only cinematographer available was Xavier Pérez Grobet (Nacho Libre)?” Yep, this wedding had STYLE… and aerialists, contortionists, a cake with a terrarium in the middle, excellent vintage fashion, and so much personality. You’ll want to see it as much as you wanted to see its inspiration…
We recently heard about a bride with five sisters, ranging in age from infant to adult, all needing a role in her wedding party. We’re fans of having just as many bridesmaids, junior bridesmaids, flower girls, ring bears, flower grandmas, adult male flower girls, bell ringers, and aisle walkers as you like (WHEW!), so we’re all for making this way less of a stress than it would be otherwise. Or, if you’re looking for beautiful simplicity, consider having no wedding party, and nobody gets left out. But if you’re going for inclusion, here are some alternative wedding party roles for kids we’d recommend AND how it’s been done traditionally, just for reference.
Our favorite member of the wedding party, the RING BEAR, returns! This time inside a space-y sci-fi-themed wedding in Seattle that includes sci-fi save-the-dates, Thai catering, and space grab bag favors. These high school sweethearts and their team of “Groundhoggers” totally know how to party (and awesomely get kicked out of the after party!).
Sometimes when you incorporate bears into your wedding theme, it begins Bear War I and somebody’s going down. Thankfully, there was mucho honey favors, tons of pies (including whoopie), and the breaking of bread to get all the guests involved. Plus, the bride has some great advice on what she should have brought to the hotel!
Ring bearer? Sure. Ring BEAR? Hell yes! Every time we get to see a ring bear, we get excited. We decided to pull together all of our favorite ring bears to pay respect to that most LOL-worthy of guests and bear(er) of rings, who sweats his or her way through the ceremony for our viewing pleasure.