Wooded, whimsical, and wonderful, Marcellus and Angela’s wedding at Catalpa Grove in Pennsylvania is going to make you gush! “From...
Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue! A fresh take on a classic saying, this old-meets-new editorial is...
High-fashion attire, statement floral designs, modern decor, glaciers, and ice sculptures all made for a shoot that’s anything but ordinary, and absolutely eye-catching.
Chic and sleek is the best way to describe James and Brian’s wedding at Roche Harbor Resort on Washington’s San...
A gorgeous mixture of textures and hues, this modern microwedding shoot covered every detail of an intimate elopement. Coordinated by...
Rocking chair ceremony seating, moonshine tastings and whimsical animal elements helped infuse the charm of North Carolina's high country into Eric and Danny's celebration at Mast Farm Inn.
Setting up a carnival-themed celebration in their own backyard, guests enjoyed popcorn, lemonade and candy stands that were homemade by the brides and Jennifer's dad. The talented soonlyweds also DIYed their own backyard Scrabble, checker boards, cornhole, Chinese lanterns, ring toss and more -- there was certainly no shortage of entertainment. "We are a very playful couple so we wanted a relaxed environment for our guests," says Amanda.
Emily and Adrian's intimate destination wedding consisted of 28 guests who witnessed their heartfelt ceremony at Buttermilk Falls Inn and later celebrated with an amazing dining experience, with a cheese wheel cake finale.
As if getting married wasn't exciting enough, the day before Stephen and James said "I do," the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality. Emotions ran high during this celebration as the grooms, who had been together for a decade, exchanged vows in a gorgeous firehouse-turned-venue that was flawlessly captured by Candice Cusic Photography.
Sarah and Josh's handcrafted wedding was the perfect combination of charming DIY elements and elegant vintage details, and the whole family worked together to make it a celebration to remember. Lucky for us, we get to relish in the inspiration-filled photography this Monday morning thanks to the gorgeous documentation of Jono & Laynie Co.
The ease and genuine happiness that Linsey and Nicky felt on their wedding day, effortlessly depicted by Amy Ann Photography, makes our hearts smile. Our California gals returned to their roots in Columbus, Ohio for their big day, joyously celebrated on a sunny Saturday in mid-September.
As if a rainbow-themed wedding could get any more awesome, Jessica and Courtney's special day was sprinkled with details giving nods to marriage equality and the way they met (which you know we're suckers for). And thanks to Samantha Lauren Photogarphie's brilliant eye, the emotions, colors and fun just pop off the page.
As a previous employee of Smith Memorial Playground in Philadelphia, Naomi and her now-husband, Michael, knew they wanted to experience their special day in this beloved community landmark -- the perfect place to personify their free-spirited essence.
Self-proclaimed foodies Greg and Michael knew that the reception cuisine would play a significant role in their wedding day. With a priority of finding a venue that they could bring their own caterer, they came across 632 on Hudson, an antique-laden townhouse-turned-party space. The hidden gem spurred their carnival theme vision, executed amazingly by Bernadette Smith of 14 Stories with fortune tellers giving guests a peek into the future and burlesque entertainers serving absinthe cotton candy.