Kaitlyn and Lauren chose a venue that gave back and opted out of wedding favors, instead donating to a charity that is meaningful to them.
For Amanda & Shine, a micro-wedding in the desert was a compromise – turns out it was the perfect option for them both. With a handful of guests they said ‘I do’.
Their proposal might have been unconventional, but for this couple who’ve known each other for more than 17 years, it was perfectly them.
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.
Fran and Lynnea had a celebration, of love, their American and Venezuelan cultures and pride. They danced, had an epic La Hora Loca and partied, well into the night.
Erin and Rowen married in an eclectic and bright, but still sophisticated Utah wedding. Under a chuppah, they said their vows and partied into the night as newlyweds.
Gina and Melissa shared a meaningful mountain elopement in Asheville, surrounded by nature they set intentions and became wives.
It was love at first sight, the kind that stops you in your tracks. Emilie and Lucy celebrated their love in an intimate farm wedding in Pennsylvania.
After an engagement in the Catskills on a camping trip, Brooke and Nicole planned their entire DIY Forest Wedding in just ten days.
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.