A vintage autumn fairytale wedding (with a bit of parkour!)

The main theme was surrounding the fairytale idea. We got married in a castle, so even though I'm not super into princesses or fairy tales, it all just fit together. I also wanted it to feel like a real fall wedding, since fall is my favorite season. It was a little tough since the only season you really notice in Texas is summer! We centered our color palette around autumn tones so that people would just walk in and know that this was a fall-themed wedding.

The groom rocked the DIYed art details at this historic schoolhouse wedding

Travis and Gerianna met through their mutual love of Disneyland which you know means that their aesthetic will be on point. They enjoy dancing, going to Dapper Day, and are artsy as hell. Plus, the clincher: Travis planned EVERYTHING! He's a graphic designer so he created their invitations, the newspaper with the day's details, stained the crates, painted mini recreations of works of art for each table, hand-lettered all the signs. It was a creative undertaking!

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This stunning Snoqualmie Falls elopement was a long wait from two continents away

Clare and Sirchauncey waited thirteen months to finally find themselves getting married in a gorgeous setting in Snoqualmie, WA. Their Snoqualmie Falls elopement happened only after months and months of planning with Clare living in Australia and Sirchauncey living in the States. They had waited for the Visa to make it official and finally it did. And it was breathtaking.

It was worth the wait and now we get to see it…

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Down the rabbit hole at this 1920s vintage-inspired Alice In Wonderland wedding

Our theme followed the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole. It was a whimsical vintage-inspired Alice tea party. We had it set at the Rose Court Garden at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. The reception captured the quirkiness of the Mad Hatter's tea party. The party ended when some 1920s-themed tap dancers crashed the party and lead our guests into a Charleston dancing competition.

So much magic at this butterfly themed wedding in a sculpture garden

Liz and Steven planned a fairy and butterfly themed wedding at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum in Austin, Texas. Liz's late mother was known as "the butterfly lady," so when the pair did a butterfly release after their ceremony, it had a lot of meaning. This was especially so when Liz was covered in the butterflies all over her dress. The symbolism is so sweet.

Don't miss the greenery-covered tables, adorable mini bites at the reception, typewriter guestbook, and Liz's gorgeous tiara!