Posted on April 29, 2011
Live, eat, breathe in camouflage? Now you can get married in it, too. From the wedding party attire to the rings — every wedding detail can be camouflaged out. With wedding season just around the corner and a royal wedding already underway, here are a few ideas to get you started on your path to a hunter’s dream ceremony.
The bride-to-be’s first concern is that dress hits the bullseye. It is the focal point (or target if you will) of the day, you know, after all that love and marriage stuff. One company dedicated to camouflage weddings, Camo Formal, offers a selection of wedding gowns.
Let’s not forget the bridesmaids. Combing camo and rhinestones, the strapless floor-length dress should make any outdoorsy girl happy.
If the mothers want to get in on themed wedding fun, Camo Formal also has a few options for these ladies. Nice little camo jacket, Mama!
Now on to the men. It wouldn’t be a wedding without a groom. This photo was found on Rue the Day who wasn’t so found of the camo. Although you might not be able to find these tuxes in stores, you could always beg grandma work her sewing machine magic.
Bling and camouflage? What else could a girl want! Errr … and a guy … Check out these lovelies from Camo Ring.
You won’t have to worry about Uncle Frank slipping a piece before the cake cutting — he won’t be able to find it! These camouflaged cakes will blend into the background until you are ready to serve it up to guests.
There are also a number of table settings available throughout the Web. Check out this Camo Formal table setting.
Right. So if you haven’t noticed, you can get absolutely anything you could ever need for a wedding in camo. Even smaller details like the bouquet and the shoes aren’t safe from the woodland pattern.
Happy planning and don’t forget about the honeymoon!
Camouflage crazed? Have you been to a camo wedding?