A sweet Philadelphia elopement with an homage to some of the best photo spots in Philly

Angela and Vojtech are planning a larger wedding next year overseas with family, but they wanted a Philadelphia elopement just for the two of them beforehand. They had a sweet private ceremony and lots of street photography in the city they love. They chose the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel for the wedding and then we went to Philadelphia's Broad Street for some romantic photos.

This adorable couple got married on stage at the Northampton Pride Parade

Shienne and Victoria were the winning couple of a giveaway to have their wedding photographed at the 2019 Northampton Pride Parade in Northampton, MA. And when you see how amazingly in love and adorable these two are, you'll see why. With the joy-filled and colorful parade as their backdrop (and Hadley Farms as their reception venue), it was truly a celebration of who they are.

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Flora & DIY magic at this garden brunch wedding at the Pond House Cafe in Connecticut

Allison's dress was a DIY effort: instead of finding her perfect wedding dress in a bridal shop, she thrifted and put two different pieces together for her unique garden-goddess wedding dress and completed the look wearing earrings and a necklace she borrowed from her mother. Allison's floral accessories were stunning, from her succulent flower crown to her cascading bouquet, which included cabbages! See the rest of this garden wedding…

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This chic Brooklyn wedding had a tattoo artist & tarot reader

This chic boho Brooklyn wedding was a sight to behold within a gorgeous pre-WWI rope factory turned loft space. We're talking chill little enclaves with pillows and tulips, fab charcuterie trays, a huge ice sculpture, and waterfall greenery. At the reception, they had a tarot reader and a tattoo artist on hand to offer up seriously fun options (and loads of photo ops!).

Don't miss the bride's dress covered in a glittering celestial cape AND her sparkly reception mini dress. They're stunning.

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A New York confectionery wedding with smoke bombs, viking horns, & a haunted paintball field

Tara and Mike decided to do something more industrial-themed for their New York wedding. They brewed large batches of mead (Tara makes the most incredible mead) for their wedding and anniversaries to come.

The day itself was incredible. Think smoke bombs, dinosaurs, haunted hay paintball fields, drinking horns, an epic groom’s cake of Cthulhu rising from the abyss with miniatures, and so much more.