With 90 days to plan their wedding, these two pulled off a fusion of Victorian Gothic and Traditional Taiwanese that will blow your mind. Her beyond-gorgeous kimono and his dapper top hat and cane make for fabulous photos, but their thoughtful buffet of eats-for-all-eaters is a real sight to see, even if they did need help figuring out how to cut the cake. PS: the rally music for paper-crane-folding party? Awesome.
Tractors, chickens and the cutest grandma pictures ever are just the beginning of this farm wedding. DIY chicken cake toppers seem to high-five the festivities, and chicken feathers made a subtle, chic appearance on the bride’s shoes, in the groom’s boutonniere, and all the bouquets. With a cluck cluck here and a cluck cluck there…
With touches of 8-bit video game fun, Hello Kitty, Kill Bill, and Disney, this pair wanted to channel their childlike joy for their guests. Add in a Pokeball ring holder, a last-minute cake topper swap, and an epic bouquet toss, and you’ve got a super cute and totally personalized party.
Lion dances and a tea ceremony, plus a take-two with white wedding wear means two times the awesome in one day. Check out this multicultural, good food-loving wedding in Minneapolis.
This pair went all-out on traditions by including lots of lovely moments from their cultures and interests. This included a tea ceremony, martial arts performances, a lion dance, an anniversary dance, and Spanish serenades. It would have been amazing to attend and see all of these carefully crafted elements come together to form this elaborate party. Plus the bride had three dresses, which is AWESOME!
A troupe of body builders, stilt walkers in studded thongs, 75 dancers, in-character actors serving food, and eight bodyguards for the couple — yep, it happened. And it happened in Bali, in an amazing venue, despite seemingly insurmountable familial doubt. But hey, you want the performance of a lifetime, you do what you have to do to get it.