We love when couples have two weddings! Lyndsay and Patrick had a family-friendly wedding ceremony with a Gordian knot, then a second wedding that was straight up wild in the best of ways. Don’t miss the genius “first karaoke song” as a first dance alternative!
Let’s spend a day at the zoo with this colorful wedding! Between the bright pink wedding dress, emerald green suit, and adorable animal themes, there’s color in almost every corner of this wedding at the Franklin Park Zoo.
Elizabeth and Scott had a rock ‘n’ roll elopement at the iconic Generation Records! This unique elopement in the West Village of NYC is a wonderful example of creating a wedding day that’s authentic to who you are as a couple. Elizabeth and Scott got married amongst their favorite records in a stunning all black ensemble with their four-legged flower girl and parents by their side.
My high school sweetheart and I had a $500 Wiccan micro-wedding and only invited our immediate family plus a few of our closest friends. It was small and spiritual and honored us both exactly how we wanted.
The couple had a gorgeous Indian and Vietnamese wedding that spanned two weeks! From the red lehenga to the ao dai wedding attire, this multicultural celebration is filled with color and cultural traditions.
This couple wanted to weave hip hop throughout their wedding in subtle but meaningful ways. Don’t miss the ring bearer bringing in the wedding bands on a CD player, the tables named after hip hop albums, or the bride’s purple dress at this unique hip hop wedding!