This blog is for anyone who is tired of seeing cliché weddings. Frankly, if I never see another mason jar, vintage mustache and whatcha-ma-call-its in a field, I'll be fine. My hope is that this blog helps you to feel ok as a bride, even if you didn't put an oven in the field or get married in a vintage-circus-themed-rustic meadow. The wedding industry can take itself way too seriously, and it's time we all had a good laugh.
Yes, I recently came upon a blog that was titled "DIY Vintage teacup wedding theme" !What is so wrong with your husband/venue/relationship/brain that you have to proclaim that the "theme" of your wedding is "DIY vintage teacups?" Further, what is a "do-it-yourself" teacup? I can understand that if you are having a tea party (or if you're five) that you might want to have "tea party" theme, but why for the wedding? Perhaps your best friend stole you DIY vintage shrinky dink" theme....?
Photo can be seen here: (Top Photo)
This groom literally looks like he has just been arrested. Or sentenced to six caning lashes. Or at the very least just smelled the worst case of gas in the world.
The photographer who took this photo mentioned that she had never seen such a happy couple. Where the heck does she live? North Korea?
The photographer asked me to remove her photo which I am happy to do.
Her photo quality is excellent and of course this site does not insult
the talent or skill level of photographers. But my blog does poke fun
at ridiculous wedding poses. No different than sites that make fun of
ridiculous wedding photos from the 80's.
I will leave a link to the photo on her website. It is the top photo. Enjoy!
Ladies and gentlemen, if you want to be original, this is how it is done! Weird, odd and so awesome. I don't know if they are taking themselves really serious (kind of hoping they are) or if they are half serious and half kidding, but either way, thank YOU for doing something interesting and original.