Weddings are beautiful celebrations of growth and rebirth, coming together, and delicious free food. Hunting is about killing animals, taking photos with their bodies, and eating them.
Do hunting-themed weddings send a subversive message about the nasty origins of the perfect banquet typically served at such events? Or are they just sort of ugly? I’m leaning towards ugly.
If the bride were incorporated in the theme, you could run the risk of losing sight of her throughout the day. And who has eyesight sharp enough, after a few flutes of champagne, to catch a camo-coloured bouquet?
How would one propose to a pinner with several “redneck” boards?
Camo works best on the cake. You’ll be able to cut costs by buying fewer tiers, as many guests won’t be able to find it in your camo-coloured ballroom.
Nothing says matrimonial bliss like BANG BANG Bambi’s mother is dead. And she’s now sitting on top of our cake.