Emily and Kim instantly bonded over photos of their adorable all black dogs and decided to make it official in a beautiful, nautical-style wedding in York, Maine. We’re talking navy blue and mint green details, buoys, a gorgeous venue with an oceanside view, and a stunning ombre blue cake.
Get your sea legs for this beautiful two-bride wedding in Maine…
I’ve always loved classic disco music, despite the haters. It’s quintessential dance music and always finds a new audience in every generation (especially during today’s drag renaissance). So when we spied this disco-inspired wedding shoot, we were in glittery love.
Keep an eye out for the disco ball gown, the chic silk jumpsuit, black, four-tier glitter cake, all of the red details, the floral screen dripping with color and texture, the rainbow heels, the red vinyl sweetheart booth (with a shark!).
Amie and Michelle’s original plan was to elope in a daffodil field, but instead they opted for a relaxed ceremony in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood where personality and expressiveness outweighed decor and tradition. Capitol Hill has a lot of pride around its rich LGBTQ culture and history, so it just made sense for them. The ceremony and reception itself took place at Sole Repair, which is a stunning window-lit urban venue and fit their aesthetic perfectly. Just wait until you see the surprise unicorn first look!
Amanda and Melody tied the knot after almost ten years of being together. Melody is an artist so aesthetics were key. They chose a geode theme and iridescent color scheme for the wedding details and decor. Melody brought her creative touches to the handmade bow ties, boutonnieres and bouquets made from Palo Santo and colorful gem stones, and elaborate table settings featuring black candle sticks, geodes, and photos of the couple. They even built their own geode-like backdrop for the photo booth and a friend created a fabulous geode cake.
A train ride ceremony and stunning kilts and bridal suits at this Railroad Museum of New England wedding
At their Railroad Museum of New England wedding, Thiemba and Nate rocked historical looks with a custom made edible floral bouquet, a custom made bridal suit with french love letter inscribed on the inside, and an amazing kilt outfit. For their reception, Thiemba and Nate changed outfits to celebrate in steampunk style. Their wedding guests also wore steampunk-themed attire, which all looked amazing.
Jules and Katie got married in the urban district of Digibeth in Central Birmingham, England, and wanted to feature some of the amazing mural art that lives there. For the theme, it was all rainbows meets Alice in Wonderland with the most adorable little designs of themselves as the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts. They were included on the cake toppers, biscuits, placecards, and more. It was ADORABLE. J
Don’t miss the first dance lit up by hundreds of little torches held by their guests and all of the pink flamingo touches…