Event Feature

Jack and Jo's Cruisey DIY Wedding

A chilled-out ceremony and reception all rolled into one

Jack and Jo never wanted a big, traditional wedding that cost a fortune. Instead, they opted for a relaxed outdoor celebration with good food, fun games, and plenty of space to roll out a picnic rug and soak in the festivities. Thanks to handy friends and fam, the couple were able to DIY many of the key elements that can make a wedding costly. Jack made the super-cute gelato cart himself, guests brought entrees in lieu of gifts, and the pair hired our beloved Pizza Wagon to ensure that no one went home hungry. 

"the best sunday ever!"

At the end of their dreamy day, the couple turned to each other and Jack asked his new wifey, "Is it just me, or did today just feel like a regular Sunday?" to which Jo replied, "Weirdly yes, but the best Sunday ever!". It's a moment that they both still giggle about today. 


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