We have been loving short and cocktail-length wedding dress styles since our site launched. They channel the 1940s to 1960s in all kinds of amazing, vintage ways. And fabulous dress designers, House of Mooshki, are PROS at channeling those vintage vibes. From delicate lacy sleeves and full cocktail skirts to color underlays and beautiful embroidery, they are able to capture a moment in time that will up the ante on your whole wedding look. Learn more about their upcoming U.S. trunk shows!
While our other wedding was crafted for children, nature, and our small town, this wedding was built on the pleasures of VICE. We made it plenty sexy with what we wore — a wedding mini dress, nude high heels, Beyonce earrings, and a Priscilla Presley-inspired bubble veil for me; a James Bond-style vintage dinner jacket and Rat Pack loafers for Mike. And after our ceremony, which involved making out with some of our guests (see the photos!).
A heatwave hit Vermont during the week of July 4, 2018, but that was nothing for Michelle and Jimmy, two Texas natives who eloped in Vermont on July 5th at the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, VT. Michelle wore a lemon covered dress that was summer in a print. She had sent photos of the dress to Basin Harbor Club’s floral design team ahead of time so they could create a summery bouquet to match.
Anna and Toby had a sunny Brooklyn boathouse wedding with touches of birds and nature, dinosaurs (faux tattoos and cake toppers!), and a stunning green cocktail length dress. It was all about the wildflowers, October leaves, and golden hour sun rays. What a gorgeous way to celebrate a wedding in New York City.
After 14 years of waiting, these Australian ladies finally had the sparkly potluck wedding of their dreams
We waited over 14 years to get married because Australia took its sweet time to come around to marriage equality, and in that time we really managed to shed pretty much every idea and expectation around what weddings should be that didn't suit or serve us. So our wedding was relaxed, fun, and totally us.
Our very tight budget meant that we opted to go for a potluck over a catered event, and we chose a 'cake and cheese' theme.
Liz and Daniel had a super DIYed wedding with all kinds of personal details. Liz made the decor and their rainbow cake herself in addition to the food being a joint effort of the family. Liz herself was stirring the soup just an hour before the ceremony!
The day was intimate with only 30 people attending. They rented an old farm house by the sea in Maine and invited all their guests to stay there with them. Don’t miss their board game guest book. Let’s see the whole week-long fun fest…