When a vintage fashion blogger, Frances, married her sweet husband, Doug, we couldn’t stop ogling their fashion, tender looks, and amazing venue. They’re both choir singers and had a Catholic ceremony followed by a relaxed brunch reception at the historic Community House of Hamilton, MA, which included tea and games.
Prepare yourself to witness the $50 vintage dress Frances was able to “dress-cue” into this current amazingness. Those sleeves, that collar, her hairstyle! And Doug’s tie matches it all perfectly. We have so much love for this vintage-inspired wedding in Massachusetts.
This pair loves Downtown Los Angeles for its vibrant art, life, and cultural intersection, as well as amazing food and drinks scene. They chose a venue that was up to the task and set off to create an event that celebrates their lives and love. And we couldn’t love it more. You’ll fall in love with how it looks and then fall in love with all the romantic details like their unintentional matching vows and nods to their favorite authors and books.
It was really important for us to have a Catholic ceremony and to include New Orleans traditions such as the second line parade, cake pulls, and voodoo doll groom’s cake. We also wanted to include small details of our personalities such as the welcome bags, King cake, custom dolls, family photos, and ’80s alternative music.
This pair had families keen on inviting everyone they knew, two ceremonies, a fantastic arcade photo shoot (with human-sized crane!), and a super cool getaway car decal. Don’t miss the traditional elements like the arros and the lazo, about which the bride has some good techniques for saving money.
A local waterworks museum is a pretty rad venue for a LEGO-themed wedding like this. This pair loves engineering, color, and having a grand time building with LEGO. They may have been concerned that their guests wouldn’t jive with the theme, but boy were those fears unfounded. You’ll want to see how they incorporated LEGO into their cake, their ceremony, and even their shoes. Just watch out for the bride’s grandma… she’s feisty!
A little Alice in Wonderland, a smidge of Doctor Who, and two geeky kids in the Philippines tie the knot, geek-style. With a pink princess gown, little Alices and Ums running around, and some crafty projects, there was no way this wasn’t going to be fun. Not even a typhoon warning was stopping it. Oh, and wait until you hear about the family’s first dance starring an Xbox!