We can’t believe it’s already been a week since Chicago’s first NotWedding event! If you’re not familiar, read up on the NotWedding concept on our first report on the event. The bridal show alternative is done in the style of a big fat, fake wedding, complete with a ceremony, appetizers and late-night snacks.
Last Thursday’s event took place at City View Loft with an abundance of local wedding vendors and 165 guests in attendance. We’ll have some professional photos to share soon, but in the meantime, check out some of the photos we snapped in between stuffing our mouths with cupcakes and bacon-peanut-butter beignets.
Yesterday, we covered the adorable backyard wedding between two rescue dogs, Lucy and Teddy. Today, we are trading canines for cats and meowing with joy over the insanely cute kitten-themed wedding. Happily, a California wedding planning company, recently gained a lot of popularity after posting photos of a recent event starring tiny orphan kittens wearing bow ties and veils. Yarn balls were used as centerpieces, a glitter box was a fab twist on the standard litter box and chairs were marked “hiss” and “purrs.”
Call it a social movement to help the homeless kitties of the world or call it the best idea ever, but either way, you can’t deny the cuteness in this kitten-themed wedding video.
h/t The Gloss
Tiffany & Co.’s ring finder app allows users to do just about everything except for actually purchasing an engagement ring. If you’re looking for something to do, you can definitely spend a good amount of time trying on rings, finding out your ring size, or even scheduling an appointment.
We certainly had fun trying some of these beauties on!
The Tiffany Soleste
It’s no surprise that many newly-engaged couples love to share their relationship announcement via Facebook, and Facebook recently found that to be exact, 2.6 million people shared their engagement on FB in 2013. If you’re one of the newly engaged, you should probably get used to seeing wedding ads all over!
Over the weekend, numerous black and white wedding photos that had washed up on a resident’s driveway after Hurricane Sandy made local Staten Island, New York, headlines. More than 50 photos were recovered and properly dried so that they remained in fairly good condition after the horrific storm. After the story went viral online and on local Staten Island news stations, Patricia Conlon Kearns was reunited with her beloved wedding photos that were taken 48 years ago.