I’m late! I’m late! I’m late for a very important date!!
Okay, so I totally forgot today’s Wednesday, and I admit: I’m doing this so last-minute. It’s been a super busy week so far, though! Between trying to finish my novel in the next two weeks, there’s a lot of doctor and dentist appointments, figure skating lessons, and a husband out of town. But don’t fret! It may be late, but I still have a wedding for you!
So let’s go medieval today! Ready?
As always, because the clothes are my faaavorite part, the dress:
Do you know how hard it is to find a medieval wedding gown that isn’t completely plain? Who would have thought?!
Because who doesn’t need a medieval hairdo on their wedding day??
The Ringbearer’s “Pillow”:
Warning, you may want a fake one, or an older ringbearer–one who won’t try to become a medieval Luke Skywalker.
But seriously. How cool is that?
The seating plan:
I. Love. This. Especially if it’s posted to a tree just outside the…
The wedding cake:
This cake. I die.
The guest book:
I was going to include the groom’s outfit, buuuut…my son scoffed at it. Ha! Besides, Pinterest is full of them!
So what do you think? Are you a medieval buff? Would you want this wedding theme? I have to admit, I think my favorite was the reception hall. It puts me in mind of Tamara Leigh’s Age of Faith series. *swoon* (Seriously, you should go buy them.)
12 thoughts on “Wedding Wednesday: Going Medieval”
Gorgeous dress and reception hall!!
I’m a little biased, but…RIGHT?!
Sigh. When I was a girl I dreamed of having a medieval themed wedding.💙
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Ha! I did too!! Even as a teen. And a young adult. And even in my early 20s. LOL!
Ooooh how fun! The hairstyle and bouquet remind me of my friend Michaela’s wedding!!!
Really??? She’s a lucky woman! 😀
Oh my word! I LOVE this!
Oh, I’m so happy!! ❤ Thank you for stopping by, Tam! You're such a blessing to me. 🙂
Ooh this is such a beautiful post! I’ll definitely look into Tamara Leigh’s books now! If you don’t mind time travel, Lisa Bergren’s River of Time Series is set in medieval Italy and it’s one of my favorites ❤
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Thank you so much, Abby! And YES!!! Do check out Tamara’s books! Speaking of time travel, one of my favorite Tamara Leigh books is a time travel one, Dreamspell. Soooo worth checking out.
I actually have the River of Time series, but it got lost on my TBR pile! Thank you for that reminder. I really need to check that out!
Really love your post!!! Great pics. 🙂
Aw, thank you so much!! Sadly, life has become extremely busy, so I’ve been totally slacking. I need to get back to my Wedding Wednesdays! They’re far too much fun. 😀