A Malagasy-American intimate Whidbey Island backyard wedding

Elsie and Dilphe met in Madagascar while Elsie was serving in the Peace Corps. They now live in Seattle, but Elsie's family history lies in Whidbey Island where they got married in her parents' backyard. Dilphe's siblings were able to travel from Madagascar for the wedding so this day was solely set aside for just pure fun and family.

Let's take a look at this lush and beautiful Whidbey Island backyard wedding…

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A chic backyard wedding (that makes $5k look like a million bucks!)

Lauren and Adrian took a $5,000 budget and made wedding magic in their own backyard. They were most interested in doing fun things with flowers, the sweet first look under an apple tree, and the FOOD. We're talking really good looking sammies and a spread that makes any table look mild in comparison.

Most of all? We're head over heels for the Lauren's simple, chic, and so fabulous black and white dress. You won't want to miss it (and the whole chic backyard wedding to boot!)…

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A backyard labor of love wedding (with a dream kilt + red dress combo!)

This backyard labor of love wedding is darkly beautiful with rich reds (in hair, clothes, and decor!), an awesome handmade feast, and a courtyard ceremony full of tears and handwritten vows. You'll love the long red gown and kilt/boots combo(!) on these brides. Don't miss the sweet serenade during the reception!