“I love how much joy you find in every day experiences, whether it’s snuggling the cats, going for a walk, or singing along with the themes to our favorite TV shows. You’ve reminded me that there’s joy in simply existing, no matter the circumstance.”
Because we were both writers, and because fiction plays such a big role in our lives, we knew from the beginning we wanted stories to be central to the wedding. We aren’t ones for staying up late and absolutely LOVE tea, so a storybook wedding with afternoon tea was the most natural choice in the world!
The Supreme Court ruling is making us rage, but I want to say this: I follow a lot of wedding accounts on social (like, a LOT). Offbeat Wed vendors are often the folks who loudly and proudly advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and other historically marginalized communities. I see it in their portfolios, in their marketing, and in their actions.
Jen and Laura celebrated their nuptials at Olio, a newly renovated 1912 historic venue just north of Boston. The defining moment of the night had to be when the band started playing Wilson Phillips. EVERYONE joined in – if there is one correct way to enter a lifetime of wedded bliss, it’s gotta be via a sing-a-long!
What happens when three vampires get married? Daniella of Koontz Photography gives us a glimpse with this Interview with the Vampire-inspired polyamorous wedding shoot. In our fantasy world, Louis, Lestat, and Armand are a triad throwing a glamorous and gothic wedding in New Orleans. From the high fashion wedding suits to the blood-red florals, this vampire-themed wedding inspiration will have you thirsting for more.
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!