These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
They had a 130-guest affair planned, and then COVID made it unsafe. Instead, they married in an intimate beachside picnic wedding with a handful of loved ones.
Chantelle & Chelsea met at a tattoo studio, but wouldn’t start dating for a number of years. They celebrated their wedding with their 8-year-old daughter by their side.
They did want to skip a wedding alltogether, but they eventually decided on an intimate wedding with just a handful of their favorite people.
Carolyn & Mia married in Boston, but incorporated many Chinese traditional wedding elements into both their legal wedding and wedding celebration.
These two lovers decided to propose to each other, together – on a cliff early in the morning. They also chose to have some other non-traditional elements to their wedding day.
These two lovers decided that a big wedding wasn’t for them, and opted for an elopement weekend together in Alberta – it was rainy and romantic – everything they dreamt it would be.
After a two-year engagement, these two lovers decided to elope amongst the Bryce Canyons, and even had their daughter with them, even if she was the size of a grape!
A winter wedding with Christmas touches, Mo and Sam married at home and had Sam’s Dad officiate the wedding. A simple, but perfect wedding day.
These two lovers met on Tinder, Jennifer awestruck by the beauty of the woman that sat beside her. Their wedding was well thought out, and they even created their own new traditions for the day.