The couple had a gorgeous Indian and Vietnamese wedding that spanned two weeks! From the red lehenga to the ao dai wedding attire, this multicultural celebration is filled with color and cultural traditions.
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.
A message that has really resonated with me over the last few months is “joy is an act of resistance” from a poem by Toi Derricotte. I’ve always heard planning a wedding can be stressful, but planing a wedding in a different state, during a global pandemic, in the height of the Black Lives Matter movement, followed by a presidential election that polarized this country while a genocidal war began in my home country, was daunting to say the least…
Get ready to pick your jaws up off your floors, y’all. We’ve got some beautiful photos of Keith and Hawzien’s rustic wedding for you today. They had a two-day celebration, the first focusing on American traditions, and the second one honoring Hawzien’s Ethiopian heritage.
My wife and I wanted a colorful wedding where the main focus was love, food, and fun. We also wanted to highlight my Latina background and Alohi’s Hawaiian heritage.
Melissa and Rey eloped back in 2016 and wanted to recapture the magic of that day, this time with their baby boy, Aion, to oversee all the festivities. They had a gorgeous and colorful vow renewal at New York’s Prospect Park followed by a picnic of traditional Dominican and Chinese sweets.