Steph & Mark's 1950s rockabilly wedding

We love us some rockabilly chic, and this wedding has got the goods. Classic cars, victory rolls, a tattoo-inspired cake, and a handmade black retro dress. Add in the wise-cracking brother who walked the bride down the aisle and some sweet family memorial photos, and you've got the recipe for a family-focused good time.


Angeline & Kirk's pink boots and kilts castle wedding

Things I love: pink Docs, dudes in kilts, frickin' gorgeous castles… oh lookie here at this wedding with all of these rad things! The bride's sweet memento of her late dad is adorable, too. But the best part is the very long-awaited wedding kiss… but not from the couple you might expect! You have to see how it goes down.


Katie & David's winter wedding in the mountains

Cooped up inside at work? Need some AMAZING scenery to transport you? This wedding is just the ticket. Try seriously majestic mountains in the Southern Alps with photography from helicopters. Add in the bride's fabulous blue-purple dress against the snow, and you'll forget you're even inside.


Andrea & Jim's nautical literary adventure wedding

These two continued their love affair with sailing together by getting married on their sailboat, then taking their honeymoon on board around the world. Their small wedding all fit on board for the ceremony before walking down the pier to the reception, but you'll swoon when you see where their unofficial first dance took place.


Simone & Dave's chill summer picnic wedding

This wedding was planned while the couple was traveling between the UK, New Zealand, and Belfast, which makes it a beacon of logistic magic. But in the end they managed to combine some geeky loves with some gorgeous summer New Zealand weather for a picnic wedding to remember.