A tie-dye themed inspired wedding in Woodstock that celebrates love, the outdoors, bright jewel toned florals and the intimacy of micro weddings.
Alicia planned an epic Disney-themed proposal, however after loosing a loved one decided last minute that life was far too short to wait another minute to propose.
Gaby & Timah’s colorful Brooklyn stoop wedding brought the streets of New York City to life, despite it happening in a pandemic.
Vanessa had a boyfriend and three children from a previous marriage, but, realized she’d developed feelings for Mac, Mac reciprocated.
These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
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.
Laura & Nicole thought for a moment that a fancy big wedding would be the way to go, but eventually decided on a micro-wedding on the NYC High Line.
Emily and Maddie met on a Halloween Bar Crawl, so it made sense that their first date was Halloween themed. They celebrate their love at Coney Island.
Jasmine planned the most perfect proposal during a ‘family photoshoot’ in Washington Park, taking both Katrina and the photographer by surprise!
After living 8000 miles apart and enduring a long-distance relationship, Kate and Sarah married in an intamate wedding in Central Park.