A cozy & wintry destination wedding in the The Austrian Alps (with a dirndl dress!)

Laura and Patrick had an Austrian destination wedding that was incandescent. They traveled from the U.S. to their favorite little village in the Austrian Alps. They bonded over their mutual travels and their shared love of a town called Hopfgarten. It eventually became the venue for their wedding. Patrick stumbled upon Berggasthof Tenn while traveling and immediately knew it was the right venue. Laura agreed and it was off to the races with planning.

Moody romance reigns at this creative wedding in Antigua, Guatemala

Joss and Mike are both artists, producer and designer respectively. Their love for music had brought them together and they both wanted a more artistic (and less traditional) wedding. Joss wanted natural and moody elements, too, like a rustic bouquet with flowers "as they appear in nature" (yes!), black candles, and an off-white dress contrasted with darker makeup. Mike rocked a burgundy suit that took it all to a whole other level.

A bright & lovely Islamic wedding in Mombasa, Kenya

Fatma and Ibrahim were on party number four in their wedding schedule. There had been two smaller celebrations, and then a much larger one in Washington, DC, where the couple currently resides. Ibrahim is originally from Sierra Leone, but most of his family has relocated to the DC area. This final reception was held in Mombasa, Kenya. This was a huge celebration with a blend of tradition and offbeat choices…

This outdoor carousel wedding had rainbow decor and a doggy bridesmaid

Amanda and Matt had a gorgeous and colorful wedding at Lanwades Hall in Kentford, Newmarket, UK with Simpsons references, an outdoor ceremony, and a CAROUSEL. No joke! Their Humanist ceremony included sing-along songs and a pupper bridesmaids, too. It was a party to remember.

Don't miss the rainbow decor and photo booth, picnic fête style, and Fozzie Bear cameo…

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A majestic Irish castle wedding with death metal & sword-bearing protectors

We both love castles and Irish history, and Craig wanted to have a death metal band play, so we found somewhere where that was possible, and arranged everything around that. We didn’t have a specific theme, but the castle definitely inspired some elements of our wedding. We decided to include our two swords in the day as there is a Viking tradition to exchange swords at your wedding as a promise to protect each other.