This industrial meets romance styled inspiration celebrates the love of Brody and Mikaela – two humans whose whole relationship has existed through the pandemic.
Wearing a custom suit and champagne glitter dress, Caitlin & Karianne had a short and meaningful ceremony, leaving plenty of time for the two to dance up a storm with their loved ones.
They each proposed on Easter morning and got to planning their emotional indoor wedding surrounded by their favorite people.
This is both their second marriages, and they knew that their love couldn’t wait. Without proposals, they began to plan their elopement, blending together their two families.
Nadia and Sheika didn’t let COVID stand in the way of celebrating their marriage. Their Joshua Tree elopement included family and friends in virtual but meaningful ways.
They wanted a garden wedding, but the weather meant they had to move their ceremony indoors – it was still perfect.
These two lovers married in a Gatsby inspired New Years Eve Wedding, incorporating personal and unique aspects throughout the ceremony and reception.
Bim and Vy waited ten years to marry in France, having fallen in love in Vietnam, a country where the union isn’t legally recognized.
Their nine-year age gap never stood in the way oAngelina and Emily’s love. Their rustic meets woodland indoor wedding was everything they had anticipated.
Another Tinder love story turned beautiful romance. These two married in an indoor wedding ceremony that was a good mix of industrial meets boho.