The juxtaposition of these two lovely people dressed to the nines, getting married in a place so vast and wild… Keep reading for all the details about this sunrise elopment, and the pro-tips you need to know if you’re wondering if YOU can get married at Crater Lake.
Bria and Derek had a relaxed 50-guest Lake Tahoe wedding. Everything about their lakeside wedding is simply breathtaking, from their color palette to Bria’s gorgeous blue Wai Ching wedding dress!
Doreen and Diane’s lovely waterfront wedding in Annapolis took place on a September day at a picturesque Southern Colonial home. A hurricane was supposed to hit the venue hard that day, but somehow it never even rained! Just wait until you see the ceremony space!
Both of these ladies are talented business women and their wedding reflected their love in all its sweetness. You’ll love these two…
Marta and Christine celebrated their wedding with an intimate gathering of friends and family at Camp Blodgett on Lake Michigan. The day was characterized by opposites coming together: boho meets Ikea, with fun color details and a simple, modern look. The ceremony revolved around Dr. Seuss’s “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” and was written by Marta and Christine. Instead of a first dance, they led their their guests in a sing-along.
The mermaid ink, that dress, the beard porn, the loveliness of these two… this is serious engagement goodness. Let’s bask in them, shall we?
This pair wanted a low-key rustic wedding that was focused on spending as much quality time with friends and family as possible. It was kind of like a grown-up slumber party with most of the attendees staying on-site in cabins for the weekend. The venue at this Olympic National Park wedding has a charitable side that meshed with their goals, too. You’ll want to see this loveliness.