Jo and Stu honored their shared love of art and music in a humanist ceremony that included planting an olive tree and reciting personal vows.
From bridal shoes to cake toppers, it’s all about personalized details on your big day. The experts from Loverly are here to share their favorites.
Kate Hornby, Art Editor of You & Your Wedding, shares picks inspired by some of 2013’s most stylish wedding trends.
Amanda of Dawn Correspondence shares four trends that will let your personality shine through your paper goods.
Give guests a glimpse of your wedding style from the get-go with a save-the-date that’s uniquely you.
“After experiencing my first bar of homemade soap, I was hooked.” – Bonnie
“Our flowers serve the purpose of helping preserve memories, and I love that!” – Kayla
Gregor and Lucy made a commitment to celebrate their day with simplicity and sustainability.
“I really believe that everyone should have access to something that truly delights them.” – Darah
With all the pretty options out there, it’s easier than you think to go green (and stay stylish) for your wedding.
Australian couple Ezra and Brooke were surrounded by sunshine, flowers, and love as they said their vows.
Frances and Ben celebrated the whimsical handmade wedding of their dreams in a seaside California town, surrounded by loving friends and family.
Sassy polka dots, preppy chevron, boho ikat or glam Art Nouveau-inspired prints are a perfect way to personalize your day.
Erin and Matt said “I do” surrounded by vintage planes and aviation-themed retro decor.
“I prefer to let the fabric sing and stay away from too much fuss.” – Alison Dahl
Wedding stylist Ginny Branch draws inspiration from Emily and Paul’s simple, beautiful wedding in the prairies of Wisconsin.
Seth and Lynn’s sweet California celebration included candy and cocktails galore, a forest of doughnuts, and a magical amount of love.
What does 2013 have in store for wedding style? Kellee of Lover.ly’s got the full scoop, and on-trend Etsy finds to boot.
This couple took a leap of faith, hosting a private ceremony for 14 guests in the gorgeous ruins of a Scottish castle they had never seen in person.
Embrace the season with a sparkly, personalized snow globe cake topper or wedding favor.
With help from the creative Toronto community, Anabela and Geoff celebrated the thunder in their hearts.