Rei & Bryan’s forest elopement
“My husband & I eloped in my woodman friend’s backyard, which was a huge tract of natural land. We were married between a shagbark hickory (signifying solidity & strength) and a beautiful white pine, the Tree of Peace among the Iroquois Indians.”
Can you get married with NO aisle? Meet the aisle-free ceremony
Both of my (still married) parents want to walk me down the aisle but my partner and I are so shy that we want to avoid an aisle all together.How can we…1) have a wedding with NO aisle?2) still somehow start the ceremony off meaningfully? and3) How can we include both sets of still married parents?
Bad-ass red & black wedding
Jane Doe’s UK wedding is a stunner, with the bride’s red dress and the retro bridemaids.
Sonya Naumann & The Thousand Dollar Dress
Sonya Nausmann is an Iowa City-based artist who’s working on a photography project chronicling 1000 women wearing her wedding gown, the titular Thousand Dollar Dress. Sonya’s photography is provocative, and her project offers a pointed commentary on women, marriage, and identity.
My Imaginary Wedding: How Dana & David rocked their two weddings
David and I knew we wanted an elegant and intimate wedding, one that was an extravagant enough affair that we couldn’t invite the world. But being actively involved in the music scene (he as a guitar player, me as a music writer), we also wanted to have a big bad rock and roll bash to celebrate our marriage. So we did both.
Wedding circle seating
My fiance and I both want a non-traditional wedding ceremony, without the procession. The ceremony and reception will be held at an restaurant in NYC. I’ve read somewhere we could have our guests stand in a circle around us with a small wedding. However, we are inviting about 50+ people and am not sure if this could still work with this many people. Do you have any thoughts on this or any other alternative ideas to a non processional wedding?