Cat and Scott told me they were â€œmaking fun of the whole wedding thing,â€ but I had NO IDEA what that meant until their wedding day. They did â€œmake fun,â€ but not in a mocking sense; that fun consisted of zany antics, love, and absolute sweetness.
Scott, the groomsmen, and even Catâ€™s father wore black and white Keds to the ceremony. As Cat was walked down the aisle by her father, he gave Scott a high five and fist bump as he placed her on the arm of her fiance.
Scott and Cat had a photo booth for their guests to take pictures of themselves wearing an assortment of funny hats, scarves and props. As the bridal party lined up for introductions, each choose a hat to wear. There were feather boas, gangster fedorasâ€”even the Catâ€™s mother wore a Groucho Marx moustache and glasses.
The newlyweds were introduced to â€œDonâ€™t Stop Me Nowâ€ by Queen, Scott wearing a king hat and Cat with a block of cheese on her head. They ran back and forth underneath their bridal party arch several times before settling into their First Dance, a beautiful version of â€œMake You Feel My Loveâ€ performed by Adele.
As Cat danced with her father to Louis Armstrongâ€™s â€œWhat a Wonderful World,â€ her father pulled out a bright red handkerchief and wiped at his eyes in dramatic mock weeping, until the guests were laughing so hard they were close to tears.
Cat and her bridesmaids changed into their Keds after the introductions, and the dancing began. They were dancing and singing along to Billy Joel, Bon Jovi and â€œParadise By the Dashboard Light.â€
COOL IDEA: Cat and Scott had bobbleheads of themselves as cake toppers, custom-made from photographs, and bought bobbleheads for their entire bridal party.
Itâ€™s easy to see how much fun Cat and Scott had from beginning to end in these pictures courtesy of our friend Mark of Majestic Studios. He had so much fun shooting themâ€”Scott even posed hovering over a toilet! (Fully clothed, of course.)
Photos by Majestic Studios