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.

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Love + intention: a Wiccan park wedding with a breastfeeding baby as the "bouquet"

I’m a witch, my husband is not. He knows now after being with me this long that I care a great deal about ritual, intention, and love. So, we set out to do everything by hand. We braided our own handfasting rope, we decorated our broom together, we brewed mead together, we painted and created our whole twelve (12!) invitations together. During anything we did, we lit a red candle, and we would hush to each other about love. We would declare our intent.

A Mexican jungle oasis awaits at this intimate cenote wedding in Riviera Maya

Silvia and Luca met when they were young age but knew they wanted to walk through life together. After seven years together, they made it official with an intimate cenote wedding in Riviera Maya, Mexico. They brought their favorite people to Mexico (all the way from Italy!) and packed the essentials for a simple and meaningful wedding day in the middle of the Mayan jungle. Don't miss Silvia's gorgeous beachy dress, the saxaphone-accompanied ceremony, and of course, the lush jungle backdrop.

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This minimalist Philly wedding proves that simple is CHIC

We decided to do an old school Champagne and Cake reception immediately following the wedding in the same space, the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel. The chapel is a decorated, NY-style loft space and you simply show up. We hired musicians on our own as live music was not included. The wedding and reception was ninety minutes total at 3:00pm. Only twenty-six people were in attendance.