While I saw many beautiful wedding gowns, it quickly became clear to me that finding the right dress would be tricky. I wanted a colorful wedding dress that wasn’t white but somehow still felt “bridal.” When I found a colorful wedding dress I liked, too many of them looked like a bridesmaids dress or a prom dress to me.
This artsy couple threw a rockabilly wedding on April Fool’s Day. Their dress code was red and black, and one of the brides even scored a nontraditional red wedding dress by thinking outside the box!
We’d love to stumble upon this queer burlesque hand fasting ceremony in the woods. See what this burlesque performer and cannabis medical consultant describe as a “queer, witchy hoe, burlesque” hand fasting with a non-possessive ceremony script.
While this is a styled shoot (meaning it’s a fake wedding), Kendal and Dean are a real couple. The idea behind the shoot was to show the ultimate non-traditional wedding – a humanist celebrant, neons everywhere, the bide wearing a mini red dress+pink veil. You’ll love the overload of color, Vegas vibes, waffle food truck, and the style for days — from Kendal’s impeccable short red wedding dress and natural hair, to Dean’s vintage suit and blond curls.
SWIFTIES, assemble! The re-release of Taylor Swift’s album has everyone blasting Red (Taylor’s Version) on repeat. There’s no denying this whole album is a mood: afternoon drives through upstate New York, crisp autumn air, and of course, the color red!
We had a very specific theme and vibe. Cynthia and I are huge nerds as we play a lot of games, watch anime, and read a lot of manga. We wanted our special day to reflect these interests and our planner, Two Perfect Events, helped us formulate what we wanted and generated awesome ideas. Since we've never been married before, this type of planning was completely foreign to us.