Alix and Molly decided to host their soft, feminine wedding in their parents backyard – it made for their perfect relaxed DIY wedding day.
Incorporating their children, and Jewish traditions, into the ceremony of their dreams, Kat & Jessie married in the Tucson Desert.
Emma and Nat embraced their local landscape and vendors, and got their family on board to create an intimate wedding, all captured on 35mm film.
Covid meant that Avy and Lara’s big Halloween wedding had to be canceled, instead, they hosted an intimate backyard wedding with a handful of guests.
In wedding jumpsuits, Michelle and Nicole married in their backyard in a simple ceremony surrounded by a handful of family.
Laura and Sarah are the classic story of falling in love with your straight best friend. Only it turned out, the feelings were mutual.
Their backup option was a small backyard wedding in luei of a bigger formal wedding, turns out the backyard wedding was better than they could imagine.
Another planned wedding that Covid canceled, Emily and Kandyce decided to stick to the wedding date and marry in a backyard – something that was more fulfilling than they’d imagined.
In their own backyard, they had a first look, rode rollerskates into the sunset and spent the night calling family to tell them of their new commitment.
Emily & Riley married on their very own farm, surrounded by their favorite people, tipis and a whole lot of fun and love – wedfest style.