Laura and Sarah are the classic story of falling in love with your straight best friend. Only it turned out, the feelings were mutual.
They each proposed on Easter morning and got to planning their emotional indoor wedding surrounded by their favorite people.
They had planned a huge 300-guest wedding, but when COVID hit all their plans went out the window and instead chose to marry in a simple elopement.
Their proposal might have been unconventional, but for this couple who’ve known each other for more than 17 years, it was perfectly them.
Brianna & Kimberly love country music, and their rustic barn wedding in Pennsylvania was the perfect wedding for them.
They wanted a garden wedding, but the weather meant they had to move their ceremony indoors – it was still perfect.
After just five months of dating Gerone proposed – when you know, you know. They married in Washington, their emotional ceremony preceded one epic celebration of their union.
They’ve overcome three long years of being in a long-distance relationship to be together. And, after an uneventful proposal, they married in Utah surrounded by their favorite people, the mountains and the desert.
This simple but elegant inspired intimate wedding is the perfect mix of period touches with modern edgy details that celebrates Diletta & Veronica.
When wedding planning came to a halt, Jade and Shannon decided to begin trying for a family – and then found themselves pregnant and planning a wedding.