Epic dance-offs at this casual & intimate wedding at Houston Hall in New York City

Ananda and Peter planned their intimate wedding at New York City's Houston Hall with industrial meets minimal touches that we loved. With a deep red gown, beautiful mehndi, luxe jewelry, and Peter's dapper suit, they were glam and modern at the same time. The super chic venue had brick walls and cafe lighting that set the mood for dancing and revelry.

The trick to getting authentically YOU wedding photos? This stellar NY/NJ-based photographer

I love it when a photographer makes me feel like I'm worthy of photographing no matter what I look like, if I'm awkward as hell, or if I deviate from the norms that dictate what we think is "right" or "pretty," or "traditional." That's why the ethos of one of our most rad partners, New York and New Jersey-based Adena at Studio A Images, resonates so much with us. Obviously we do our best to make sure all of our vendors are top notch AND totally inclusive, but sometimes they just fit so comfortably into our mindset that I've just go to introduce you.

The scoop on having a NYC elopement (and the BEST photographer to capture yours!)

Today I wanted to introduce you to one of the most talented photographers in the NYC area: JC Lemon Photography. Jon Lemon runs an award-winning New York City wedding photography studio that captures love in a modern way without being stuffy, without being cliche, and while totally embracing who you are and what memories you actually want to remember.

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A queer sequined Monday morning microwedding with a monster milkshake

This small elopement in New York City was full of sparkles, sequins, the best of friends, tons of tears, a mini dance party in the park, and a hugh-jass ice cream milkshake. Is it possible to even imagine a more intimate, fun-filled, and stress-free wedding?

You're in a for a big, whipped cream and cherry-covered treat with this one, y'all…

A whimsical brunch elopement in Brooklyn covered in florals

Hailing from Austin, TX, Amanda and Duncan planned their budget Brooklyn elopement to be both intimate (family only) yet also heavy on whimsical touches. After their ceremony at the Marriage Bureau, the group hightailed it to Brooklyn for a DIY brunch where the newlyweds themselves got busy arranging bagels and schmear, cheese and fruit platters, and flutes of champagne.