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.


Jessica & Matt's spontaneous Austiny elopement

When the wedding they were planning got too overwhelming and stress-inducing, these two opted to let it go in favor of an elopement recreating their first date. In familiar surroundings and killer clothes, their short ceremony and celebration was just right for them, and included sweet details like their cupcakes and vows in front of the beer tap wall. And wait till you see the groom's first look at his bride!


Sarah & Eddie's "it takes a village" theater wedding

Sometimes a wedding is a project for everyone in a couple's life, as was the case in this wedding where everyone pitched in. Held in a vintage theater outside of Chicago, the highlights were undoubtedly the meatloaf cake (plus brunch!) and the AMAZING Wai-Ching dress.


A hunting lodge vegan wedding with singing vows

Singing vows, locally-sourced and vegan cuisine, granola and plantable tree favors… have I got your attention yet? Despite getting rained out of their chosen forest ceremony site, this couple moved it all into a hunting lodge to continue the singing and celebrating.