Cheer "HUZZAH" for this Bristol Renaissance Faire wedding

Gretchen and Michael's wedding was a full-on Renaissance affair. The ceremony took place over Labor Day weekend at the Cotswold Commons area of The Bristol Renaissance Faire. The officiant dressed as a monk, bridesmaids wore DIY faery wings and flower crowns, and all the groomsmen wore color-coordinated capes. The couple incorporated a Medieval wine ceremony into their wedding as a symbol of their lives uniting as one. If you're a Ren Faire lover like I am, you're in for a treat…


Lauren & Lauren's sweet and laid-back wedding at a historic synagogue

This laid-back two-bride wedding in Madison, Wisconsin got us right in the feels. We were able to snag the whole story from the brides, Lauren and Lauren(!), and it's amazing. Think two special venues, lots of community support, sustainability, and loads of personal details. But let's let the two Laurens (differentiated by "taller Lauren" and "shorter Lauren" here) explain…


Get the hankies for this bird-loving, double rainbow-blessed barn wedding

Our wedding was rustic and relaxed. We are avid birders (in a really hip, appropriate-for-30-somethings kind of way), so we included small bird-related details wherever we could. We snuck feathers into our boutonnieres and centerpieces, our cake toppers were a sweet pair of lovebirds, our table "numbers" were antique-framed Sibley's bird postcards and each of us referenced our shared love for birding together in our vows.


This chic Halloween wedding had serious style (AND live performances by the groom!)

Jen and Brian had an atmospheric and totally chic Halloween wedding at Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI.

As their ceremony started, so did a smoke machine which gave the space a lovely early morning cemetery feel while the couple stood next to each of their "headstone" columns. There was a gorgeous Nightmare Before Christmas cake, darkly gorgeous centerpieces, black cat shoes, and a to-die-for sweets table.