During the global pandemic, Caitlin and Haley married in an intimate rustic wedding, in South Carolina with their two children and a handful of loved ones.
They had planned a small wedding, but COVID meant that their plans were stalled. They married anyway in an intimate ceremony in California.
Brooke and Quinn had their big wedding planned, but COVID hit and they were forced to cancel. They still married, in an intimate ceremony in Alaska.
Erica and Kate are from opposite sides of the world, but they’ve found home in Hawaii. They celebrated an intimate tropical wedding in Hawaii.
They had a 130-guest affair planned, and then COVID made it unsafe. Instead, they married in an intimate beachside picnic wedding with a handful of loved ones.
Surrounded by a handful of loved ones and their favorite animals, Alejandra and Erika married in an intimate ceremony in their home town of Puebla, Mexico.
After an engagement in the Catskills on a camping trip, Brooke and Nicole planned their entire DIY Forest Wedding in just ten days.
They did want to skip a wedding alltogether, but they eventually decided on an intimate wedding with just a handful of their favorite people.
With unaccepting family members, Cassidy and Chelsea decided that an intimate wedding would suit them and their wedding vision perfectly.
Inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape this styled inspiration highlights intimate weddings, organic textures and the small, perfect details.