Kara + Kenn | October 6, 2012 | Lost River Cave | Photographer Alex Slitz
My husband and I (I'm the bride in red!) got married a the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto this past August. We were both huge "Jurassic Park" fans as kids, so taking the opportunity to get some fun photos with the T-rex skeleton was a must for our wedding album!"
My husband and I at our wedding April 28th. I was joking around with him by pretending to be a veloceraptor the previous day, so we decided to make a wedding photo of it. Our families had no idea what we were doing. It was hilarious.
Dinosaurs and adults who like to act like dinosaurs will always have a place at Wedinator.
My girlfriend and I are paleontologists, and we really love Jurassic Park. On June 02, 2012, I surprised her with a secret trip to the fictional "Snakewater, Montana," which was the original filming location for the excavation scene at the beginning of Jurassic Park. On a very windy day, I coaxed her into reenacting the "annoying kid" scene on camera, which was really the beginning of my proposal...she had no idea.
The only way I could be more impressed is if he
Scott and Amanda Peters got married in the giant concrete Tyrannosaurus Rex at California's Cabazon Dino Park.
As someone who went through a very intense dinosaur phase at around the age of seven, let me be the first to say: well played, well played indeed.