A modern and edgy wedding at Mr. West Cafe Bar in Seattle

Christine and Eric had a glorious wedding day that was edgy and modern and full of amazing fashion choices. Eric's burgundy suit, though… GAH. Amazing. The day started with a sweet first look under a viaduct where Eric got a bit tearful when he saw how gorgeous Christine looked in her off the shoulder gown. Then it was off to the fabulous Mr. West Cafe Bar for the wedding itself…

A train ride ceremony and stunning kilts and bridal suits at this Railroad Museum of New England wedding

At their Railroad Museum of New England wedding, Thiemba and Nate rocked historical looks with a custom made edible floral bouquet, a custom made bridal suit with french love letter inscribed on the inside, and an amazing kilt outfit. For their reception, Thiemba and Nate changed outfits to celebrate in steampunk style. Their wedding guests also wore steampunk-themed attire, which all looked amazing.

Don't miss the stunning sequin gown at this mansion wedding in Illinois

Jana and Bryan celebrated their romantic wedding at the Allerton Park and Retreat Center in Monticello, Illinois. It's one of those classic venues with grand staircases, huge hedge walls, and a total majestic library feel that has us totally heart eyes. But what made it extra amazing was how they really took the details and made them their own. Case in point: Jana's FAB sequined gown and Bryan's custom blue suit.

A NYC winery wedding with Chinese and Jewish traditions and a pup of honor

Sarah and Tony’s City Winery wedding in New York City was wine, dancing, and puppy-filled amazingness. After getting ready at the Conrad Hotel, their first look and portraits were photographed at the park across the street and at The Irish Hunger Memorial. Their dog, Bailey, joined them as their “pup of honor” and posed like a champ. Don't miss the wine cellar shots!

Sword fights & purple kilts at this dance party wedding with an Oreo toast

Our wedding was held at a gorgeous hall that is owned by a Franciscan monastery, which has little details that make it look like a medieval church (in the middle of Washington D.C.!). My husband collects swords, so our cocktail hour featured friends from the HEMA Alliance (the society for Historical European Martial Arts) performing a demonstration of sword fighting through the ages.