“We had no official wedding photographer for our Alice In Wonderland wedding — our guests took our pics and used our hashtag #whiterabbitwedding! So, my apologies if the picture quality isn’t professional… I would love to share our special day anyway.”
We wanted to be really intentional about how we approached wedding traditions. We kept what we wanted, and left what we didn’t! For instance: as a masculine woman, Ester wanted to experience some of the groom-ish parts of wedding traditions, like seeing her future wife come down the aisle. Also, since neither of us like cake, we had wedding popsicles and wedding churros instead!
Cameron and Joel’s day was a magical, whimsical celebration of their love in a botanical garden, with tarot readings, cats, colorful inclusivity, and big beautiful nerdy love: their ring boxes were a Poké Ball and a d20!
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.
This sweet Seattle micro-wedding was truly a family affair! Kristin and Kip’s community came together to create a family oriented ceremony. If you need a sign to start planning your at home micro-wedding, this is it!
My wife and I wanted a colorful wedding where the main focus was love, food, and fun. We also wanted to highlight my Latina background and Alohi’s Hawaiian heritage.