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
Courtney and Kirsten held an intimate, colorful wedding at the Vaughn House Greenhouse, with just 30 guests. They ditched the wedding reception, only hosting a ceremony.
Katie and Rachel married at Quirk, a fun, bright, modern wedding venue with a whole lot of personality and spark.
After choosing engagement rings together, Lauren and Tarran planned their dream wedding – only to have it canceled due to the global pandemic. Instead, they eloped among the Redwoods.
Amanda and Meghan decided to elope at Drift Creek Falls in Oregon. They climbed trees, shared vows and became wife and wife amongst nature.
Erica and Kate are from opposite sides of the world, but they’ve found home in Hawaii. They celebrated an intimate tropical wedding in Hawaii.
These two lovers chose to have an intimate ceremony, just them and their wedding vendors, a week before the celebration with family and friends.
A mix between ‘woodland wonderland’ and ‘elegant garden party’ was the inspiration behind this Virginia wedding day – every detail thought out and made their own.
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 wedding in nature was something that was important to Ali and Jess, and they chose Growwild Flower Farm for their perfect Southern Highlands wedding.