Our wedding was a Moonrise Kingdom-themed epic night in which we celebrated everything and everyone we love. My family is from Cuba and Ian is half Cuban and half American, so we did a special Cuban Cafecito with Tata (my grandmother) ceremony as our “Unity Ceremony.”
We had a big wedding planned. We had bridesmaids and everything! But during the pandemic… We decided to just take off without telling anyone and get married. We used nature as our decoration and it was more perfect than the big wedding we were planning ever could have been.
If you’re into wands, Deathly Hallows, thestrals, ghosting, invisible antics, magic potions… you’ll definitely want to check out these photos from Shannon and Andrew’s Hallowedding elopement.
We’re loving the sapeur look of Dandy Queen style, which showcases amazingly dapper women rocking chic suits and menswear with panache. It’s cultural impact and rich roots make anyone who takes on the style an inspiration. For this particular wedding inspiration, Janelle Monáe was a huge influence since she has showcased the style impeccably.
Chrystal and John had a gorgeous Labyrinth meets 1920s wedding at Luxmore Grande Estate. They mixed their love for rock and roll into this dreamy theme. The reception matched the ceremony area with chandeliers and candelabras. The pair chose a baroque tablecloth for their sweetheart table and more vinery adorning the front of their table.
Don’t miss the amazing five-tier cake covered in metallic fondant, and jewels…
Holly and Kate’s May the Fourth Star Wars wedding had DIY Star Wars decor, lightsabers for every guest, and themed costumes galore. It was a sweet tale of love after loss and had so many fun and geeky details.
You don’t want to miss this one…