Three newlyweds at Etsy show us that all you need to achieve the “I do” of your dreams are a few meaningful details.
This couple’s dreamy day was a memorable mashup of ultra-lush details and fun, alternative touches—including a wildly popular taco truck.
This Broadway choreographer said “I do” to her one true love in a rustic barnyard bash brimming with thoughtful details and a truly epic dancefloor.
After years of long distance, this couple had the laidback, donut-filled wedding of their dreams—just four years after technically tying the knot.
Linz and David’s wedding reflected their unique style: so, a Halloween party inspired by glam rock, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Guns N’ Roses.
A big wedding isn’t for everyone. This couple created a timeless, romantic event that felt true to their love — with only 50 guests.
When these Indiana natives tied the knot, their goal was to create a vibe that felt like home. With DIY projects and custom items from Etsy, they did.
Erica and Sutee’s shared love of adventure and the great outdoors inspired their personalized decor and remote celebration.
Abigail and Israel’s intimate celebration centered around their loved ones, a scenic Maine farmhouse, and good, homemade food.
From the waffle bar to the bride’s own breathtaking dress, Victoria and Frank’s big event was crafted with love, one detail at a time.
Any and Bernardo went home to Brazil to celebrate their marriage with family and friends.
Joel and Krysta’s romance began with an Etsy collaboration, which soon blossomed into a partnership and one-of-a-kind desert wedding.
A wedding in Richmond, Virginia, showcases regional style with charm and heart.
This Michigan couple rallied friends and family to create a truly one-of-a-kind, handmade celebration.
With handmade decor and custom design details, Caitlin and Mackenzie said I do.
Shari and Mark went for Baroque when they wed at a historic 18th century mansion in The Netherlands.
Etsy seller Shlomit Ofir tied the knot in a Tel Aviv garden surrounded by DIY projects and lots of love.
From coordinated bridesmaids’ dresses to engraved wedding bands, Terriana and Jay’s Texas wedding was a very custom affair.
Lindsay and Bobby’s wedding weekend was set against the beautiful backdrop of Camp Wandawega.
An outdoorsy couple brought the beachy wedding of their dreams to life in the wild woods of the American west.
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.