Candice and Steven had a gospel choir, live band, spoken word performance, and even a Soul Train Line at their tent wedding. Candice even got on stage in her sparkly jumpsuit and rocked out to Prince! Don’t miss this epic love party (plus Candice’s sparkly jumpsuit!).
Natalie never thought she’d get married. Then she met Chris while they were working as new lawyers and it all came together for them. They chose to skip a few traditions that didn’t resonate with them like a bridal party or a first dance. All they wanted was a selection of awesome food and great company, and they achieved it. They kept it simple and chose all their favourite food vendors to provide nibbles for the night.
Justin and Lauren are from Qatar and came home to Justin’s family farm for their wedding. The whole farm was featured at the wedding from the rad altar the family made out of found wood, to the backyard cocktail party, and then the safari tented reception. Guests were ferried around on the back of a tractor and the paths were lit with string lights.
This is one gorgeously rustic wedding between a filmmaker and photographer who love all things film, food trucks, and pastel colors. With lawn games, touching speeches, and a flowery vintage feel, Mary and Jeremy absolutely captured our hearts with this New Hampshire wedding. The apple orchard venue, Sunset Hill Orchard, was one hell of a backdrop, too. Don’t miss the killer cupcake display and gold-toned movie-themed centerpieces, too!
Lillian and Jon had a Somerville, MA wedding at the ultra gorgeous Fruitlands Museum for a rainy day wedding full of bliss. You are going to flip for the gelato station, donuts, faux woodland creatures everywhere, kitty flats, fern bouquet, kitty-themed save-the-dates, and even cardboard cat cut-outs for the photo booth! It’s like this pair was channeling all of our loves in one wedding. Grab your kitties on your lap to share in the joy of this ailurophile meets woodland forest wedding.
“Tambourines. Fireball whiskey. Surprise crash by Daniel Kahn. Re-writing hetero Zionist wedding songs to be homo and diasporic.” This pair celebrates their non-gendered and gendered choices alike, as they were all about their own authenticity. Don’t miss the handmade skirt that made us swoon, the amazing rustic decor, beautifully chosen and customized Jewish traditions, and so so so much love in every photo.