This is a heartwarming story of a decade-long relationship that culminated in a beautiful wedding celebration at Loloma Lodge. The couple’s DIY approach to their wedding allowed them to involve friends and family in creating a special and intimate atmosphere. The day was filled with love, laughter, and unexpected moments, including facial glitter that everyone couldn’t resist.
Jordan and Kelsey’s love story began in a nursing program in Texas, but when it came time to plan their wedding, they chose to elope in Oregon. With the help of their loved ones, they celebrated their union in a beautiful, intimate ceremony at the Hoyt Arboretum Redwood Deck.
After long term marriages to men, both Angie and Niki found themselves supporting each other through divorce as friends, before they fell in love
Over the last eight years Janet and Monica have just fallen more in love. They celebrated the next step, marriage, in a DIY affair.
For the most part, Aubrey and Jasmine’s wedding was DIY. They created styling items, baked their cake and even had their guests bring their favorite drink for their DIY ‘pot luck’ open bar.
Pulling together last-minute plans, Mian and Nicole married in an intimate beach wedding in California, brought together with plenty of DIY projects.
These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
These two lovers planned their Kansas wedding from their home in NYC – pulling together the DIY event just a few days before it came together.
Bernice & Bhavisha wanted something special but not traditional, without all the pressure of a traditional Western or Indian wedding.