After a proposal at The Unisphere at Flushing Meadow Park, Cat and Justine shared a beautiful, romantic outdoor wedding at the Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium.
After countless changed wedding plans, Emily and Kirsty held a much smaller wedding over an entire weekend with their loved ones.
Their proposal might have been unconventional, but for this couple who’ve known each other for more than 17 years, it was perfectly them.
They met at church, and found themselves as roomates. Their relationship grew over time, and despite adversity surrounding them, they married in Seattle.
These two lovers decided to propose to each other, together – on a cliff early in the morning. They also chose to have some other non-traditional elements to their wedding day.
These two lovers shared a Christian wedding ceremony that celebrated their love for one another and their love for the outdoors, committing to a wedding outside even with rain.
While there were challenges in finding the most perfect wedding attire, it didn’t deter these two lovers from bringing their Brazilian black-tie wedding to life.
These two lovers had two proposals, three months apart, and planned an incredible outdoor wedding with tropical meets ocean vibes in Utah.
Karla and Kelsey met in middle school, and their relationship endured periods of distance, but love prevailed and the pair married in a barn wedding in Iowa.