Kayla and Tricia always felt like the black sheep in their families, and so creating a rustic boho wedding that was truly reflective of them was most important.
This incredibly cute surprise rooftop proposal is full of emotion! Not only did Kaylin organize the engagement, there was a party to celebrate.
They both decided to propose in their living room, Sienna in a pillow fort surrounded by comics, Lana after they completed their presidential postal votes, complete with ‘I voted’ stickers on their foreheads.
Meredith and Rachel’s wedding day is filled with quirky little nods to inside jokes between them and elements that turn on the fun.
They’ve been together almost two years, but only went public with their relationship a few months ago – coming out to family, friends and the world.
Erin and Julia waited for a break in the rain to hold their intimate beach ceremony in Florida, only surrounded by their parents, sharing their vows privately.
They fell in love quick, but hard. Linsey planned a park proposal in Florida, and had a photographer hidden to caputure the emotional moment.
After ten years together, Becky didn’t just plan a proposal to Monica, she planned the entire wedding to happen the very same afternoon she proposed.
Lauren and Taylor shared a double proposal and, after wedding planning got hard, they booked a spontaneous 18-day European holiday that would end with a marriage.
These two lovers prove that while love might have challenges, it’s only ever connected them deeper and reminded them to slow down and enjoy a long healthy life together.