A few years ago, our head brewer's brother got married. As the best man, he fulfilled what he felt was his brotherly obligation: he drank as much beer as humanly possible and made a complete fool of himself. Wait, no, what I meant to say was he brewed beer to serve at the wedding. In a flash of inspiration, he decided to make *two* beers for the wedding: one for the bride, one for the groom, designed to be blended at serving if desired (the toast included something along the lines of "much like the happy couple, these beers were made to go together").
Incidentally, we're in the process of making another pair o' wedding beers (on our "pilot system" of course, since we can't use our big boy brewing equipment yet). In this case, the happy couple are friends of our brewer Jimbo, so she whipped up some beers based on their wedding theme. The theme was "coffee and tea" for some reason, so Jimbo made a big batch of golden strong ale and infused half with tea from the groom's Irish homeland, and the other half with Honduran coffee beans to represent the bride's heritage. So now here's some pictures of that thing we did! You know, some pictures of homebrewing for you to ignore.