Emily and Rodney had a vintage-inspired wedding in Michigan with fall colors, tattoos, Princess Bride and Harry Potter cameos, and woodworking details. Emily is a woodworker and made the inlay for Rodney’s ring. She and her grandfather own a woodworking business so they were able to make most of the decor together.
Her uncle officiated the wedding, starting off with a homage to The Princess Bride, which had everyone laughing. She had some Harry Potter-inspired vows which made everyone sob.
Rachel and Rob love music festivals and wanted their wedding to reflect that passion with festival wristbands, a glitter and glow stick bar, a bonfire, fireworks, multiple music acts, lasers, and live art. They hosted it at all at Stone Tavern Farm in Roxbury, NY with the ceremony in the glowing field beneath a tree. Don’t miss the hot dog-costumed toast, a glitter and glow station, a live painting being created during the wedding, and a surprise fireworks display followed by an after party with live music performed by Space Bacon and an accompanying laser show. Here’s what Rachel had to say about it all…
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.
Lauren and Tyson had one of those weddings where you can’t stop scrolling to see what covetable detail you’ll want to snag next. There were lawn games, “first donuts,” vintage plates, a birch wedding cake, and some of the most lovely rustic chic decor we’ve seen. You’ll die when you see the huge barn door that served as their ceremony arch. To.die.for.
Try and stop yourself from grinning when you see this rustic barn wedding in Florida…
The pink and ruffly dress, the food truck, the tearful groom at the ceremony, the mismatched-chic centerpieces… it’s all making us quiver about this rustic barn wedding in Pennsylvania. Kim and Adam totally know the sweet spot. Definitely don’t miss the adorable handkerchief bags with sayings like “for crying out loud” and “no ugly crying.” You might just ugly cry laugh.
Samantha and Steven tied the knot at their gorgeous backyard wedding at Steven’s childhood home, complete with a cozy lounge out in the field and a barn and pretty foliage everywhere… and SIGH. There were vintage details, family heirlooms, and even an old skool Polaroid camera in play. Sweet part incoming: they took a few minutes out of their morning to share and read letters from each other before walking down the aisle.
Don’t miss Samantha’s boho chic two-piece dress that was hand-embroidered by a family friend.