Cristina & Tom's pop-up roving urban wedding

A Wai-Ching masterpiece, a dapper groom, a majestic arch in New York City, and two ceremonies — this urban wedding in Brooklyn takes our breath away. Add in the handmade paper flower bouquet and the sweet doggie references, and you'll be falling in love, too.


Rhiannon & Alex's communal home-brew camp wedding

Nothing says a challenge like combining two families into a mega-project-management wedding! But this wedding in the middle of a combined family Thanksgiving is nothing if not a great example of loving collaboration. Add in the mossy forest-inspired decor, the Wai-Ching dress, and the HUGE origami crane "arch," and you'll be a convert into the communal wedding planning way of life.


Cassandra & Dylan's sweet and thrifty garden wedding

These two couldn't avoid the tall jokes at the ceremony, but they definitely took their wedding planning seriously. With a strict budget and an even more strict guest list limit, they battled the inevitable hurdles that come along with them. But fear not, the result was a sunny, lovely, and on-budget backyard wedding with an awesome open mic!


Lauren & Marco's offbeat lite Filipino American wedding

This pair wanted to mix some traditions with offbeat ways. So get ready for traditional Filipino food, invitations, barongs, and 35 sponsors! They also opted for a Unitarian ceremony, which presented its own challenge for the bride's Catholic family. You'll definitely want to heed her advice when it comes to that. So head in and ogle the gorgeous Wai-Ching and Unique Vintage dresses, the purple glow-y tent, and the choreographed first dance story.