If we were going to do the damn thing, it needed to be unique to us and our life and not put us into debt as the first act of our marriage! It was also important to us that despite our straight-passing relationship, our queer identity and the community we have made for ourselves was present in the day.
We first bonded over our love of cats, horror movies, and burgers — so it only seemed fitting to serve burgers at our wedding. Plus it was a very budget-friendly option compared to many more traditional wedding caterers. We were able to fully customize our menu and provide vegan, gluten free, lean protein, and low carb options so our guests could accommodate their dietary needs.
Ok, so we know that a wedding tattoo artist idea recently went viral on TikTok, but we’ve been talking about this wedding trend since back in 2019 when we featured this chic boho Brooklyn wedding!
Anna and Toby had a sunny Brooklyn boathouse wedding with touches of birds and nature, dinosaurs (faux tattoos and cake toppers!), and a stunning green cocktail length dress. It was all about the wildflowers, October leaves, and golden hour sun rays. What a gorgeous way to celebrate a wedding in New York City.
Disco balls, balloons, silver booties, a silver reception dress, awesome “do a favor” table, am amazingly lit art museum space, and just the cutest pair in love ever — this Brooklyn art museum wedding is a dream. Add in the two officiants and a super personal ceremony (where guests made vows, too!), and you’ve got a recipe to fall in love.
Hailing from Austin, TX, Amanda and Duncan planned their budget Brooklyn elopement to be both intimate (family only) yet also heavy on whimsical touches. After their ceremony at the Marriage Bureau, the group hightailed it to Brooklyn for a DIY brunch where the newlyweds themselves got busy arranging bagels and schmear, cheese and fruit platters, and flutes of champagne.