15 Hilariously Non-Traditional Wedding Photos
From rivalries to the downright quirky, these wedding photos are anything but traditional.

Sara Barnes

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Ah, your wedding day: the only other thing more important than this day are the pictures you take during it. Documenting this monumental day is so important, and couples usually take hundreds of photos just to catch the perfect moment.

But for some couples, taking hilarious, non-traditional photos is just as important as the wedding cake they picked out.

From dinosaurs to dolphins, these couples and their bridal parties put a little extra humor and fun while taking pictures on the big day. Here are 15 hilariously non-traditional wedding photos that will make you smile from ear to ear.


“Why did we think this was a good idea?”


“I got this, boys.”


“I told you he always lifts me up!” (Pun intended)


“Is it safe to look yet?”


“Excuse me while I beat you in this race.”


“Down, set, bride!”


“Feel my power!”


“I hope he doesn’t ruin my dress!”


“I didn’t know what I was getting myself into!”


Let’s hope this was actually Waldo…


Looks like this marriage will prosper.




Annoying but endearing


“What’s going on out there?”


“We do what we want — it’s our wedding day.”

At the end of the day, having fun on your wedding day is the most important thing. These couples happened to celebrate and remember their big day in an eccentric way.

Bump the norm, and take crazy, wild, quirky photos with your loved one (and have fun with it)!

Photos courtesy of www.bridalguide.com, topweddingsites.com, huffingtonpost.com, brit.co, stylemepretty.com, flickr.com and theprettyblog.com. 

About the Author
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes is a creative person living in Baltimore, Md. She loves embroidery, collaboration and the Web. For the past three and a half years, she's maintained the blog Brown Paper Bag. Updated daily, she shares textiles, illustration, design, products and more. In addition to blogging, she also enjoys collaborating with people everywhere, planning like Sampler, a love letter to contemporary embroidery, and the Collage Scrap Exchange, which pairs collage artists around the world. Follow her on Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.


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