College sweethearts Sam and Tyler's style was industrial with a modern twist, and they also prioritized getting married in the...
We only partner with brands that we genuinely love that share the same equality-minded values as we do. Compensation for this post was provided by...
What’s better than one groom? Two! Especially when they both bring major style to the aisle. Wedding fashion has always...
After more than 20 years together, nearly half of which were spent long-distance, Rick and James finally stood before their...
After more than 12 years together, James and Mark planned an epic celebration to kick off the beginning of the...
Mike Olbinski Photography captured David and Luke's beautifully intimate New Year's Eve ceremony, followed by an explosive celebration that included a talent show, spirited dancing and, of course, fireworks.
We're so excited to announce that we have teamed up with Brooklyn Based's popular wedding show Wedding Crashers to bring Halls of Ivy back to Brooklyn on January 25th at The Green Building! While Wedding Crashers is helping us throw the event, it's open to all wedding pros who are eager to learn how to make their business more equality-minded (but if you ARE a Wedding Crashers vendor, check your inbox -- you have a special promo code waiting for!).
Amanda and Jennifer let their playful personalities shine during their vintage picnic inspiration shoot. Surrounded by retro props, the happy couple snuggled, gave sweet kisses and ate cupcakes (our kind of afternoon!) while Six Hearts Photography snapped away.
As we move into the colder months and beard season is in full swing, we were inspired to delve into our archives and round up photos of grooms who nailed the whole beard thing, from burly and beautiful to a sexy scruff, proving to you that it's okay to buck tradition.
We hosted the very first Halls of Ivy Workshop last Wednesday with Kate of H&H Weddings, Jason of Getting Groomed and Jove Meyer Events at the industrial chic event space Atelier Roquette in Brooklyn.
The inspiration for this Chicago World's Fair-inspired shoot was born when Tara Wickey of Root & Life Photography stumbled across an 1893 Chicago World's Fair ticket (then called the World's Columbian Exposition) while antiquing. Working with a dapper and elegant inspiration board, Tara and Jen Ganson from Dare to Dream Weddings dreamed up a scene that was driven by history, architecture and culture, including a beautiful replica of the iconic ferris wheel and Cracker Jack favors (rumored to have been presented at the 1893 Fair).
Admittedly, my favorite bars/stations at weddings center around food and booze (natch) but these seven creative bar ideas for weddings and showers will make me put down the DIY mimosa and join in on the fun.
For those who may not want to put a ring on it, luxury watches are increasingly popular engagement exchange option. Get down on bended knee with one of these handsome timepieces and we can (almost) guarantee they'll say yes.
This handsome pair flew all the way from the UK to tie the knot in New York City's Central Park. Le Image, Inc. shot their love in such a beautiful way it could practically be its own fashion spread, from getting ready at Park Central Hotel to the ceremony, followed by Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO to capture their newlywed glow.
The latest trend in wedding cinematography, Save-the-Date films give couples a chance to tell the story of how they met or their proposal.
Anna and Elise's Brooklyn wedding was brought to life with a few of our favorites (Tinsel & Twine! The Wythe Hotel! Heather Phelps-Lipton Photography!) and their love is made up of elements -- respect, trust, compatibility -- that is the perfect formula for happily ever after.
We're particularly feeling the love as we head into Valentine's Day weekend, so we've rounded up 10 of the best smooches from our real weddings archives. If a kiss is worth a thousand words then we have lost count browsing these sweet moments captured.
As the clock ticks down to the end of 2014, we like looking back on the best of the best. We highlighted the best cakes, stationery, hairstyles and bow ties, but now it's time to go for the main event: The Best Real Weddings from 2014.
Nathaniel and Dominick's love story spans years of missed opportunities, wrong timing and even a move to Africa, but the two ultimately get their happily ever after at The Foundry in Long Island City. A gorgeous event space and floral design -- and the photos taken by Angela Cappetta -- make this event a day to remember.