Liza, from San Francisco-based Juniper Spring Photography, is your friendly, neighborhood wedding photographer/offbeat sponsor, who happens to offer wedding coverage for awesome couples everywhere. So all y'all better take a minute to scroll through all of Liza's awesome smile-inducing imagery…
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Glittery skulls, bangin' victory rolls, and some AMAZING shoulder jewelry make this outdoor love fest into a chic little retro-inspired wedding. And don't miss the candle unity ceremony (with grandmother cameos!), a flower girl who totally nailed her job, and a Corvette entrance to the ceremony.
Los Angelinos, get your peepers and your wedding photographer-booking fingers ready, because I'mma introduce you to the greatness that is Linda Abbott Photography. Hugging your wife post-ceremony, the time when your husband did a silly dance, basking in the happy with your new partner, gushing emotional with your guests, and gushing over your new rings… You'll see all the ways Linda managed to capture these fleeting-but-important moments, and find out how you can get her to the same for you (but with a special discount!)…
Abra and Jeff got hitched at Roshambo Farms, aka sun-drenched barnyard heaven — complete with chickens, turkeys, and goats. In the months leading up to the wedding, the bride's mother amassed a collection of vintage silk and cotton lace, and Abra's childhood friend used the pieces to fashion her dusty coral wedding gown. Guests also gifted the couple handwritten blessings (to be opened on the denoted anniversary).
A love of music, the beach, and rockin' bare feet, these two planned an LA from Boston wedding (with all of the intricacies that it might entail). And a switch from a kid-free wedding to kid-full turned into a funny dance floor surprise. Plus, gazing at these beach sunset shots doesn't hurt the midday blahs at all.
When you only have a tiny ceremony planned, sometimes it's the best opportunity to go BIG with the theme. This gorgeous pair took to the skies for a hot air balloon ride towards marriage! They added in some steampunk fashion details (including a lush blue corseted dress) and champagne brunch, and the day was totally made.
This wedding has glittery shoes, an evening sunset ceremony, rainbow cake, colorful crinoline, and some awesome lessons learned the second time around. Keep an eye out for the groom's "breast" friend, too.
I bet a lot of you totally remember that "crazy hat-wearing, dance-partying, Zelda-themed wedding" — the one with all the wonderful fashions, hats, venue, and the confetti canon!? That whole shindig was planned by our sponsor Angelic Affairs. From your over-the-top event, to your super-simple wedding, Kelly's got the secret sauce to pull it off…
Okay, let's talk about wedding DJs again. Longtime readers might remember how often I mention having the hardest time picking a "non-cheesy" DJ, and then ending up with one anyway. Oh how I wish there were more services like Revolution Weddings — the DJ and officiating service owned by Staci Nichols. Here are a few things that Revolution Weddings offers to help couples like you pull off your flawless marryin' and dancin' times:
What's a sweet little rustic outdoor wedding without a few references to cults and boobs? There may have also been some awesome tributes during the ceremony and fantabulous DIY projects, too. Oh, and this is also what happens when lots of stand-up comedians end up giving a lineup of toasts!
Michelle and Jose fused black, red, and a playful sense of fun for their wedding at California's The Secret Garden Lindsay. The pair brought a whole lot of DIY to the day, including Michelle adding a detachable section to her red wedding gown, and even self-catering her reception. The ceremony was presented in both English and Spanish, and the wedding party managed to pile into a bounce house for a handful of unexpected bridal party photos!