This pair flew across the pond for a super stylish Brooklyn Bridge elopement

Therese and Edward eloped to New York City all the way from Ireland. They started off getting ready at their hotel and then traveled via subway to Brooklyn for a ceremony on the Brooklyn Bridge. Then it was on to some colorful and stunning portraits in DUMBO and Bushwick, Brooklyn. Don't miss this ultra stylish Brooklyn Bridge elopement and its gorgeous details: the silvery dress, the awesome ride on the subway, the ogling passersby on the bridge, and the sexy ass squeezes…

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A delightful community-led queer winter wonderland wedding

"Once Trump was elected, we decided that we (along with our friends and family) really needed a good party to restore some much-needed warm fuzzies." And thus started a seriously sweet winter wonderland wedding full of handmade bouquets, killer readings, a ring bearing dog, and a gorgeous dessert table (which they almost didn't get to taste!).

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This NYC wedding (with breastfeeding, yoga, and a familiar cake creator!) was planned in only TWO WEEKS

This New York City pair planned a superb wedding in just TWO WEEKS! Yep, a whole wedding in two weeks including a venue, outfits, cakes, and more. And it was fabulous. Don't miss the family walk down the ceremony (post breastfeed!), the daisy themed decor, the surprise Lady Gaga cameo at the after party, and the cake made by their friend (and someone you may know!) Ron Ben-Israel!

Meet the BWPFFs: Best wedding photographer friends forever

In all my years writing about wedding photography, I've seen a lot about married couple teams, but this is my first time highlighting a a photography business made up of two best friends! Our sponsor M.Studios is the Rhode Island wedding photography team, comprised of besties Melissa and Marisa. (Seriously? That's adorable.) Even cooler than that… they have a special discount just for our readers.

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This community-centered Catskills wedding stole our hearts

Ashley and Mi's amazing Catskills wedding was a handcrafted labor of love among their friends and community. Together they made hand-stamped welcome bags and poetry journals, Ashley's handmade earrings, paper cranes and ribbons hung from trees, collected bottles as centerpieces, and a group reading during the ceremony.

After the ceremony, it was dinner and a sparkler parade led by fiddle players to a contra band and square dance caller. We can only the imagine the fun after that. Let's see it all…