In a personal ceremony, written by the brides, Sophie and Tiana hosted an an intimate wedding to celebrate their once long-distance relationship, now marriage.
Incorporating Jewish traditions into their two bride wedding was something that was important – that and incorporating their mutual love of beer.
Surrounded by incredible wedding flowers, Kayla & Kelly brought to life their modern Cleveland wedding that had plenty of funky personalization.
After a first date that ended after twelve hours, a Hallmark proposal in Paris on Valentines Day, Chelsea and Taylor brought together an all female and non-binary team to create wedding magic.
Hannah and Jackie have always worked to make their relationship work, and they shared a heart-felt and unique ceremony in a small barn in the South Shore of Massachusetts
After an undeniable fate brought them back together, Mae and Stella eloped with a handful of guests in the desert of Sedona in a boho inspired day.
These two brides created a boho feel by incorporating a muted color palette in their woodland outdoor wedding – complete with a triangle arbor.
After putting off their wedding for years, Emma and Mackenzie chose a stress-free elopement a the Dunton Hot Springs to celebrate their love of more than ten years.
Surrounded by the incredible landscape of Yosemite, California, BriAnna and Katlynn exchanged their emotional vows and became wife and wife.
Erica was married to a man, and Emily was also in an unhappy marriage when these two met while working together at the same law firm. Their connection and chemistry was undeniable.