This deliciously offbeat couple went for wedding churros and popsicles
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!
These beautiful nerds had Poké Ball and d20 ring boxes
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!
This non-binary Barbiecore wedding inspiration is everything
Here’s how you do a non-binary Barbiecore wedding! Only Barbie and friends could seamlessly blend hot pink neon with softer pastel pinks. Katie O infuses Barbiecore into every element, from the attire to the florals and even the food.
A double rainbow wedding that neither a nor’easter nor corona could stop
It was the week of Jayleen and Kailer’s wedding. Kailer tested positive for COVID, and a nor’easter from Hurricane Ian was dropping record-breaking wind and rainfall on Pennsylvania. Thus, come the morning of their wedding, Jayleen was understandably in tears… but wait until you see how things turned around!
How one neurodivergent couple avoided wedding sensory overload
We decided to split up our wedding into three separate celebrations so that we could soak up all the festivities without sensory overload. As two neurodivergent humans, it was important to feed ourselves with deep nourishment and support on this journey.
A witchy Halloween handfasting next to a cemetery
Our plan was to incorporate our love of the renaissance faire and the witchy aesthetic that we were known for to make a dark fantasy/enchanted forest vibe for our Halloween handfasting.