A stunning riverside wedding on a cold November day in Connecticut

Ebony and Henry were married on a very cold Connecticut November day at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station. But the sun was shining and their sweet first look warmed us all up. Their reception was covered in sparkles, purple accents, antique books, and delicious treats.

Don't miss the rustic birch-inspired cake, succulent placecards/favors and the very fun chalkboard guest book.

Wild beauty and rock star babes at this greenery wedding in Connecticut

Hayley and Nichole are stunning creatures who rocked their greenery meets succulents meets intimate romance meets rock star wedding in Connecticut. They brought nature and whimsy inside with succulents and doorknobs as table indicators. There was sweet and subtle decor as well as block leather jackets and killer style.

Don't miss the matching "wifey" jackets and Hayley's ring with a gorgeous black stone.

When capturing real meaning is your goal, this Connecticut wedding photographer is the key

Warm, authentic, and candid: these are three words that totally match our super talented photographer partner, Allie Dearie Photography. Allie is based in New London, Connecticut and captures everything that we love about offbeat weddings. So whether your wedding is big or small, on a warm beach far away or right at home in New England, Allie will deliver the true love story of your day with a narrative eye and attention to all of the elements that you want preserved in your memory. Shall we meet her?

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.