A dreamy, handcrafted fall farm wedding in the Catskills

Lauren and Olivia (aka "Chicken") had the most dreamy farm wedding with epic views of the Catskill Mountains. We're talking rustic nature-inspired centerpieces, a rich autumn color palette, and a a rainbow effect in the bridesmaids dresses.

Don't miss the farm animals milling about, the lawn games, the handcrafted details, Olivia's chicken cufflinks(!), and these two gorgeous people in love…

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Don't miss the mohawk and sheer dress at this chic wedding inspiration

We fell in love with this chic wedding inspiration with clean lines and sophistication paired with a killer mohawk, gorgeous outdoor setting, a funky food truck, and an almost-but-not-quite scandalous wedding dress that gave us all heart eyes emojis.

It's tuxedos and glitz meets rustic realness (with a tiny serving of punk) and we DIG it. Let's see the whole shoot and start taking notes on what ideas you want to steal…

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Fall in love with this candle-lit dark & moody wedding in Toronto

Rachelle and Jon had a "let's make it happen" wedding that we LOVE. Post first look meal break? Let’s make it happen. Moody portraits in the chapel? Let’s make it happen. We are extra glad for that last one. The Addams Family original score played during the processional and it was all about a dark and moody lovefest.

Don't miss Rachelle's glam headpiece over her short pixie cut and Jon's amazing tartan suit. This moody wedding in Toronto is making our lives…

Succulents, wishing trees, & a zither at this modern art gallery wedding

Joanne and Shandra's brunch wedding at an art gallery was full of sweet and emotional moments, a ring dog, cultural touches, and adorable brunch bites. Their decor was a perfect match for the art gallery wedding, including a wishing tree, their answer to a guestbook where guests could hang handwritten cards with advice and well-wishes.

There were succulents, a zither(!), and a processional song for each lady (“Love Today” by MIKA for Shandra and the Rocky Theme Song for Joanne). Don't miss the macarons that said "Happy Wedding" on them in three different languages!

Let's journey to this sweet travel-themed queer wine country wedding

We had a travel theme! We both loved to travel before we met and have loved traveling together. The invitations were train tickets (all aboard!) and the table assignments were a country scavenger hunt of the places we’ve been or want to go together (know your geography)! As an officiant myself, I always encourage couples to decide what traditions work for them. One of the great things about a queer wedding is that you have to do that work. There's no traditional order or distinct bride/groom roles, so we got to figure everything out, from who proposed to whom (first) to who danced with whose parents at the reception. It was amazing.