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.
They weren’t able to have any family or friends in attendance, so, Kayla and Maddy married in a forest surrounded by trees and cameras live streaming their ceremony.
Wedding plans were ever-changing thanks to the pandemic, however in a loft surrounded by their closest loved ones, Alejandra and Rachel finally said ‘I do.’
Being a multi-cultural couple is often romanticized, but it’s been something that Lily & Maira have had to overcome to be with one another.
While they’ve had to overcome unsupportive family and friends to be together, they’ve always kept in focus what is most important, their love for one another.
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.
Wedding plans might have changed three times, but not having their day was never an option. Alora and Danielle married in the forests of Canada in this intimate wedding.
Their wedding guest list was cut down thanks to COVID, which was a blessing in disguise. Their romantic wedding was intimate and perfect.
When wedding planning came to a halt, Jade and Shannon decided to begin trying for a family – and then found themselves pregnant and planning a wedding.
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.