A dreamy, handcrafted fall farm wedding in the Catskills

Lauren and Olivia (aka "Chicken") had the most dreamy farm wedding with epic views of the Catskill Mountains. We're talking rustic nature-inspired centerpieces, a rich autumn color palette, and a a rainbow effect in the bridesmaids dresses.

Don't miss the farm animals milling about, the lawn games, the handcrafted details, Olivia's chicken cufflinks(!), and these two gorgeous people in love…

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Travel through Tatooine, Middle Earth, Westeros & more at this pop culture travel-themed wedding (with April Fools pranks!)

Our geekdom runs deep and we're known to throw themed parties, so settling on a single fandom felt forced for an event of this magnitude. Instead, we decided to put a little bit of everything we love together for a truly unique experience. For a while, though, nothing fit together. Plus, we were annoyed by traditions that felt were “expected.” So, we identified what really mattered: bringing the people we love together and staying true to ourselves.

Then something clicked for our theme: inspired by a wall in our home covered in fictional maps. We chose a Pop Culture Travel theme!

Succulents, wishing trees, & a zither at this modern art gallery wedding

Joanne and Shandra's brunch wedding at an art gallery was full of sweet and emotional moments, a ring dog, cultural touches, and adorable brunch bites. Their decor was a perfect match for the art gallery wedding, including a wishing tree, their answer to a guestbook where guests could hang handwritten cards with advice and well-wishes.

There were succulents, a zither(!), and a processional song for each lady (“Love Today” by MIKA for Shandra and the Rocky Theme Song for Joanne). Don't miss the macarons that said "Happy Wedding" on them in three different languages!

Let's journey to this sweet travel-themed queer wine country wedding

We had a travel theme! We both loved to travel before we met and have loved traveling together. The invitations were train tickets (all aboard!) and the table assignments were a country scavenger hunt of the places we’ve been or want to go together (know your geography)! As an officiant myself, I always encourage couples to decide what traditions work for them. One of the great things about a queer wedding is that you have to do that work. There's no traditional order or distinct bride/groom roles, so we got to figure everything out, from who proposed to whom (first) to who danced with whose parents at the reception. It was amazing.

A staircase ceremony and live band reception at this Varsity Theater wedding in Minneapolis

Andria and Donna had a theater wedding with TWO killer venues in Minneapolis. They started out with a staircase ceremony(!) at the new LRx Loring and Pharmacy Bar. Then they headed to party at their reception at Varsity Theater, a popular Minneapolis concert venue.

They had a live band (Fred Savage and the Unbeatables!), lights everywhere, and their dessert bar was drool-worthy.