SWIFTIES, assemble! The re-release of Taylor Swift’s album has everyone blasting Red (Taylor’s Version) on repeat. There’s no denying this whole album is a mood: afternoon drives through upstate New York, crisp autumn air, and of course, the color red!
We had a very specific theme and vibe. Cynthia and I are huge nerds as we play a lot of games, watch anime, and read a lot of manga. We wanted our special day to reflect these interests and our planner, Two Perfect Events, helped us formulate what we wanted and generated awesome ideas. Since we've never been married before, this type of planning was completely foreign to us.
They decided on a laid-back BBQ-style wedding, with a twist: Lia, whose mom is Chinese, wanted to surprise her with an outfit change into a traditional Chinese gown at the reception, and the results were stunning. Her mom was super surprised, and Lia looked amazing in both her traditional Western dress AND her traditional Chinese gown.
Daphne and David rocked a signature elegant meets offbeat style at their Irish castle wedding at Kinnity Castle in County Offaly. We’re talking a sleek wine red dress, top hats, dapper coats, a romantic first look, ivy-covered walls, greenery arches, and toasts all night long. Oh, and there was an amazing table quiz with trivia questions about Spice Girls, Shakespeare, Canada, and Ireland.
Don’t miss the tree planting ceremony!
Bojan and Caitlin are from Australia and wanted to blow tradition right out of the water with a destination elopement in one of our favorite locales: Iceland. Wearing white and red respectively, they traversed the landscape of the highlands to find hidden waterfalls, fluffy snow, and endless mountain views.
We love attending Renaissance Faires and have always wanted nice Renaissance costumes, so we decided to have a themed wedding. Our wedding was Renaissance-inspired and we encouraged guests to dress on theme as well. Nearly everyone showed up in costume to have a merry time. We even got to reuse our Renaissance outfits the next weekend while attending a Renaissance festival.