An uber modern, monotone inspired elopement that features a cool vintage car, two women wildly in love and disco balls – yes, disco balls.
Celebrating LGBTQ+ love, this wedding inspiration is modern minimal monochrome taken to the next level at the Oakwood on Ryther
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.
After choosing the St Georges Restaurant, Kat and Sophie needed minimal styling to pull together their modern New Zealand wedding day.
It was the best little wedding day, in Mits and Teona’s eyes. It was intimate, just two witnesses, and they became wives at City Hall.
This styled inspiration celebrates Allison & Holly, two lovers who have overcome a long-distance romance, Holly on the east coast, Allison in Niagara, to be together.
Just three days out from Amelia and Sammy’s wedding day, predicted catastrophic fire conditions meant they needed to move and rearrange the entire day.
Sharon and Wenna married in a lunar celestial-themed micro-wedding in Singapore with a handful of guests and a whole lot of love.
No small detail was overlooked for Emily & Imogen. Their Chicago vintage-inspired, modern wedding oozed luxe and style.
With a focus on modern romance, fine art, and refined beauty, this UK styled edit celebrates Chrissy and Kellie’s alternative romance.