Hey, chocolate lovers: are you in need of a really good chocolate signature cocktail, or even an idea for a unity cocktail? This grasshopper julep might be your new favorite drink. We just had the Kentucky Derby, so a good, stiff bourbon drink is just what the drink doctor ordered. Hell, maybe just save this recipe for a particularly long crafting night. I won’t judge. I’m probably drinking one right now anyway. Let’s see how to make this mint meets chocolate meets booze delicious monstrosity.
Unity cocktails, unity wine boxes, unity candles, unity science projects, and even unity sandwiches — damn we love us some uniting! We’ve rounded up a few of our newest offbeat unity ceremonies for your own ceremony schemes (including Keith and Corianton’s lumberjack-inspired ceremony above!). Let’s see what offbeat couples have been dreaming up.
Paper flowers, local friendors, and a love for their hometown make this wedding hit home. Plus, this bride took two vintage dresses and made her own dove grey dream dress with 70 years of history. And we will all learn at least one thing from this wedding: keep the dance floor splits to a minimum or face the crotch consequences!
Olive oil favors, herb centerpieces, a unity cocktail — this wedding sounds delicious! Add in the bride’s bright orange dress (that becomes short for dancing!), a salt covenant, and even a foot washing, and it becomes pretty damn tear-jerking, too. Plus, you’ll never guess how the best man started our his speech. Hint: it was just as special as the bride’s vows!
A purple dress and pin-striped suit in the snow is amazing. The theater and unity cocktail with “Dudeist” officiant is even more to love. Set it on New Year’s Eve, make vows to a one-year-old, and give your groomsmen nicknamed tuxedo t-shirts, and we’ll all fall in love with your cute asses. Read on to fall in love yourself.
This week we’re celebrating intimate weddings with destination elopements, cozy city hall vows, and private romantic ceremonies. It’s the warm fuzzies on a smaller scale. Today’s wedding is a doozy: a SECRET destination wedding in Scotland complete with tartan, a Scottish handfasting, and a month-long vacation following the wedding.