When a vintage fashion blogger, Frances, married her sweet husband, Doug, we couldn’t stop ogling their fashion, tender looks, and amazing venue. They’re both choir singers and had a Catholic ceremony followed by a relaxed brunch reception at the historic Community House of Hamilton, MA, which included tea and games.
Prepare yourself to witness the $50 vintage dress Frances was able to “dress-cue” into this current amazingness. Those sleeves, that collar, her hairstyle! And Doug’s tie matches it all perfectly. We have so much love for this vintage-inspired wedding in Massachusetts.
It was important to both of us to represent both of our faith traditions, and to incorporate our vibrant, polyamorous, queer, trans communities as much as possible. My partner is a bearded, genderqueer, transfeminine person, and it was really important to us to be visible and proud about our relationship because so many people think that people like us can't (or don't deserve) to find love and happiness. Caleb rocked a gorgeous wine-colored wedding dress, while I went with a more traditional white gown, and we did our damndest to show the world that love like this will not be hidden.
Sasha and Brant had a gorgeous backyard wedding in Tennessee that was so full of raw and emotional moments. Try and stop the feels when you see the groom’s tears at their first look.
Oh, and is that an EMOJI wedding hashtag?! You’ve got to see this one…
Erica and Geff (and their bow-tied kitty, Mr. Frosties) rocked a New York City Trinity Church wedding to remember. Erica wore a gorgeous dress that her mother wore at her own wedding years ago. Trinity Church is a historic site and tourists were able to peek during the ceremony. They enjoyed a brunch reception at […]
Angel and Shanti pulled from pagan, Christian, and viking traditions to create their amazing outdoor ceremony. Everything from the groomsmen sashes to the floral arrangements was DIYed. In a super badass move, the couple exchanged swords instead of rings.
Don’t miss the natural wheat and log decor, the baby’s breath-covered cake, and the cute and rustic lawn games…
This pair loves Downtown Los Angeles for its vibrant art, life, and cultural intersection, as well as amazing food and drinks scene. They chose a venue that was up to the task and set off to create an event that celebrates their lives and love. And we couldn’t love it more. You’ll fall in love with how it looks and then fall in love with all the romantic details like their unintentional matching vows and nods to their favorite authors and books.