Thanks to Offbeat Families reader and mommy blogger Laura for letting us know about this colorful bride Megan (love the name) and her rainbow themed wedding in a public park in Nevada City, California. Megan tells me that it was all planned and carried out in a matter of three weeks. And that’s from proposal to wedding!
Megan sez: “I LOVE colors, as you can see from my photos. I made my dress 100% from scratch all by myself. I wanted it to be very colorful and ruffly so that’s what I did. I also made my little top hat because I didn’t really want to make a veil, as my hair was already colorful enough and I didn’t want to cover that up.”
For even MOAR rainbow wedding madness, click here and check out the selection of rainbow stylings below:
Rainbow dresses and crinoline
Anya went the whole nine yards with a rainbow dress, rainbow bouquet, rainbow ribbon veil, and the sweetest little rainbow parasol.
Jenn and Sarah’s “rainbow-fairy-sparkle” wedding featured a whole array of color for their eight bridesmaids. And rainbow wings make my heart happy!
Rainbow gals posing with Reggie’s bus in Chicago, proving you only need a few bridesmaids to form a rainbow.
Shoes and Accessories
Stephanie’s rainbow wedges are adorable with white fishnets and bedazzled bows.
I COVET Emily’s rainbow heart necklace!
These rainbow stripe heels are awesome. Oh yeah.
Catie blinged out her own shoes to match her rainbow socks. You can snag your own pair of socks here.
A round rainbow necklace pulls it all together. Get it here.
Cakes and cupcakes
Mia and Martin’s rainbow cake had a skiing theme as well. Plus kilts. Good themes are good.
Rainbow flowers and decor
Liz also had these awesome rainbow tulip glasses for her guests. I wouldn’t want to separate them.
Nicole made these flowers from repurposed filter papers that were used in her lab.
When in need of a good send-off, flags and ribbons are perfect for a no-clean up celebratory exit.
Tutorials and other rainbow inspiration: