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!
The other kind of “shower”: wedding umbrellas that make rain on your wedding day super whimsical
It’s like raaaaain on your wedding day… except super cute with amazing photos. If you’re planning on a few outdoor shots on any wedding day, having a whimsical and fun wedding umbrella is always a solid idea. And even if it doesn’t rain, you can still whip out your brolly for some cool shots.
Here are a few of my favorite wedding umbrellas for the perfectly soaking photo that will soon become your favorite…
8 reasons spring wedding details make us swoon hardcore
For some of us it’s unseasonably warm and it’s giving us ALL the spring wedding feels. We want to start relishing outdoor weddings, floral prints, pastels, misty rainstorms, and lush spring greenery. Let’s take a walk through upcoming warmer days with spring wedding details to knock our collective socks off…
Lacey & David’s Mad Hatter garden tea party with an umbrella canopy
Finding inspiration from a Burning Man installation at one of their favorite places, Black Rock City, led to this visual spectacle: glowing umbrellas, fantastical Alice in Wonderland-inspired garb, and DIYed decor galore. Feast your eyes on the first whimsical ceremony, and then get ready for the ethereal second evening ceremony at Burning Man!
How to keep dry during a rainy wedding day
I’ve read through your posts on how to keep warm, and how to keep cool at your wedding. But I felt there was one you are missing… How to keep dry! Do you have any offbeat tips on how to keep dry?
A glittery Cambodian-influenced post-elopement wedding party in Philly
Nei and Mike eloped in Las Vegas and then got weddinged three months later. Since Nei hails from Cambodia they each donned wedding wear from the country as a nod to her family’s origins. Nei actually wore two incredible glittery dresses (one red, and one silver) and two tiaras — talk about bling! The couple and their family created nearly every detail, including the bouquets, red paper cranes (they had 500!), and tree branch centerpieces. The pair finished up the night by diving face-first into their three-tiered red wedding cake, which might be one of the fastest ways to eat wedding cake ever.