Nora and Paco had a Quaker meets Mexico wedding at the school where Nora’s parents worked. Nora comes from Quaker roots and Paco was born and raised in Mexico, so the blend of these traditions was so interesting to see unfold. There was a traditional Quaker ceremony followed by a surprise Mariachi band that led guests to a Mexican fiesta complete with a fab taco bar and music. Once the Mariachi band departed, a folk band came in to lead everyone in traditional square dancing.
Nate and Rebekah had a gorgeous and intimate Quaker ceremony with friends and family on Springdale Farm in Austin, Texas. There were tearful vows in the round, Rebekah’s fabulous rainbow print dress, and rustic crystal-covered reception tables.
Don’t miss the farm animals making the rounds at this Quaker farm wedding in Texas…
“We never set out to have a perfect wedding; we only set out to have a wedding that brought together everyone we love in one room.” This lesbian Quaker wedding will give you the sniffles from the sweet Parent Trap handshake, the amazing community-centered projects, the Quaker silent ceremony, and gorgeous ladies in deep love.
1939 was the backdrop for this romantic wedding with a Quaker ceremony. With tons of flowers, immaculate decor, and a fabulous venue, it is easy to see the love that went into the planning. Plus, the reception had era-appropriate cocktails that seemed to make people ready to party — even the bride’s mom. This era-inspired theme week is rocking my world!
With a love of narrative and a Quaker ceremony, this already isn’t your typical shindig. Add in cool centerpieces, geeky speeches, and the bride’s amazing headpiece, and it’s turning into something really amazing. Don’t forget to watch their awesome vintage-style save-the-date too!
A Quaker ceremony meets a 600-year-old reception hall for the kickiest LARPers-in-love celebration this side of York. Guests braved a winter snow storm and were rewarded with Hungry Hungry Hippos and a cake made of cheese wheels.