Michaela and Brian has a super colorful outdoor wedding in Minneapolis that give us chills. We’re talking a colorful mismatched wedding party, a sweet first look, gorgeous outdoor ceremony space, scenery for days, and dance floor donut inner tube shenanigans. But our favorite part? You already know: it’s the bride’s handmade dip-dyed gown!
When we saw this styled shoot come in, it was full-on starry-eyed emoji time. The white embellished gown? The FAB golden gown?! The bejeweled headpiece?! It’s all too much to take in and we’re loving it. Plus, put this pair in the industrial chic backdrop of the Art District of Manchester, Richmond, VA, and it’s a perfect dichotomy. It’s traditional meets totally not, which is kinda how we roll anyway. Shall we take a look? You know you can’t stop…
Anna and Kliment planned an amazing wedding with Bulgarian wedding influences (including a traditional outfit on the groom!). They rocked a few awesome elements: a special role for the oldest member of the guest list, a first kiss selfie, a bread and honey ceremony, props from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, R2-D2, and a moon backdrop. They also had the Bulgarian tradition of predicting the future sex of their first born by kicking a can of water with a white and red carnation to see which color flew farther. Don’t miss Anna’s amazing yellow reception dress.
We KNOW you love a good long-sleeved gown. I decided to go back into the long sleeve wedding dresses archives to find the most gorgeous, most boho, most adorable long sleeve dresses we’ve seen. From short and sweet elopement dresses to epic, colored, FABULOUS sleeved gowns, there are some doozies in here. Warning: you may fall in love.
This bride’s bright yellow high-low dress stole the show, especially when paired with her perfectly complementary purple hair. Add in the subway shots, the sunflower details, the awesome NYC park wedding ceremony, Hitchhiker’s Guide reference, and rockin’ dance party (’80s music FTW!), and you’ll be in love. Don’t miss the macaron display!
During hectic wedding planning, sometimes it’s nice to just rest your eyes on a simple, meaningful, no-frills ceremony like this one. These two didn’t want to go over-the-top, but rather focus on sweet vows, their nearest and dearest, and their cherubic baby. Let’s gaze at their tiny waterfront elopement.