Stephanie and Dylan met on an MMO video game and are nerdy and awesome together. They love their fur babies, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, board games, and more. So they took their fandom loves and incorporated it all in to their fantasy-themed wedding in Maryland. And if you think this sounds up your alley, just WAIT until you see Stephanie’s gorgeous cape that looks like the night sky…
Parkville Lanes was the retro-inspired venue for this bowling alley wedding in Maryland. Amanda and Steve gathered their loved ones for a day of marriage, bowling, tears, laughs, pops of red and black, and a feast of Southern-inspired food.
Grab a cupcake and start scrolling to see some real love take shape in the form of that classic recreational pastime…
Doreen and Diane’s lovely waterfront wedding in Annapolis took place on a September day at a picturesque Southern Colonial home. A hurricane was supposed to hit the venue hard that day, but somehow it never even rained! Just wait until you see the ceremony space!
Both of these ladies are talented business women and their wedding reflected their love in all its sweetness. You’ll love these two…
Billy and Jenny actually got married in Ghana a few years ago, but between Billy living in Ghana and Jenny getting her PhD, there wasn’t much time to celebrate here in the States. Their wedding celebration day changed all of that. They invited a few of their closest friends and family here in the U.S. to the beautiful Glenview Mansion in Rockville for dinner, photos, art gallery views, and dancing. Just wait until you see Jenny’s fab multicolored dress!
Happily ever campers: this summer camp wedding had a trail mix bar, camp mug favors, and Korean traditions
Sarah and Min rented cabins throughout Camp Puh’tok and invited everyone to stay with them. The ceremony centered around Korean tradition with a Pyebaek.
Don’t miss the trail mix bar, origami cranes, and camp mug favors.
For us this day was a LONG time in the making. Rob and I have had a crazy, fun, and caring relationship from the very beginning and of course our wedding had those same traits. With both of us having chronic/incurable diseases, it has helped put a focus on living in the moment and loving each other with that same intensity. Every day being a battle with our bodies and what could come, we knew that we wanted to be in each other’s lives for good, so why not just make it official?