Elopement goals: An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

Diana and Manuel took a gondola tour of the Grand Canal in Venice at their lovely Italian elopement. They made stops at the piazza for photos and, of course, their intimate sunset ceremony alongside the canal, serenaded by a soprano. Passersby couldn't stop starign (as you'll see!) as the pair strolled around in their formal wear and matching blue orchids for the bouquet and boutonniere. It's an elopement dream. Plus, Italy is never a bad idea! Let's take a peek at this elopement in Venice…

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Trapeze, tulle, and two ladies at a stunning Seattle wedding

Gabrielle and Laura’s Seattle wedding day started off with a bang with some high-flying first look photos at at Emerald City Trapeze. Their custom-made dresses, book paper flower bouquets, and luminous chuppah were a total highlight, but the reception at Urban Light Studios also had an ice cream bar, traditional hora, and tons of string lights.

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Honoring a wedding you're not invited to: advice for an estranged mother

My daughter has estranged me and excluded me from her wedding.

A few good friends are keeping me company that day and I would like to plan an authentic small ritual to honour and celebrate my daughter and her fiance's love and union. Nothing religious, but something spiritual. Can you offer suggestions?

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Wedding as a political act: 8 ways to show your wedding is part of the resistance

We've talked for years about folks who've used their weddings as political statements, most notably with marriage equality back before it became legal nationwide… but we're in a different era now, and I'd argue that things are way more overwhelming than they were back then.

Let's talk about a few ways to make a political statement with your wedding…