From the bright graphics to the Granny Smith centerpieces, Andrea and Jeff’s wedding was all their own.
Fun and festive, Sam and Lauren’s Austin, Texas wedding celebrated the joy and love they share with their friends and family.
Victorian photo props, vintage oil lamps, a cake in the shape of a ham and a phonograph DJ set the tone for Erika and Jon’s flowery backyard wedding.
From vivid paper streamers to the bride’s Marimekko dress, bright pops of color set the mood for this taco-fueled celebration of love and family.
Brad and Meg said their vows tucked away in the countryside and followed up with a cute, no-fuss party.
From the food, to the music, to the one-of-a-kind wedding canoe, Sarah and Dawn’s crafty celebration was a collective effort.
A quilted chuppah, Scrabble tiles, and an abundance of hand-written notes set the tone for Nadia and Eli’s intimate wedding celebration.
This gamer wedding was anything but typical! From pies to pixelated decorations, every detail reflected Matt and Asia’s unique love story.
Natalie and Gregory tied the knot in the quaint North Carolina countryside, accompanied by vintage details and sentimental handmade decor.
Rin and Joe gathered friends and family for a casual backyard celebration, complete with pom poms, confetti, snow cones and badminton.
Tasha and Mel had an intimate wedding ceremony in a secluded Chicago nature preserve.
From the colorful paper flowers to the feathery boutonnieres, Elsie and Jeremy’s eclectic wedding bursts forth with DIY touches.
With handmade touches, a beautiful ocean view and a 10-piece mariachi band, Lorena and Dustyn tied the knot in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Christine and Ian’s wedding deep in the California forest incorporated nature in everything from the handmade amphitheater to the RSVP Field Guide.
Surrounded by gnarled oaks and gentle breaking waves, Gary and Laura’s island wedding was years in the making.
Aided by friend, family, and many an Etsy seller, Kim and Shane retreat to their favorite lakeside haunt to celebrate their love.
Sienna and Trevor found wedding inspiration in the great outdoors, with an open-air affair at 4000 feet, surprise snowflakes and a handmade treehouse.
Shyanne and Aaron had to build a road to return to their home village for a wedding steeped in tradition.
Dust off your feed sack dress, grab a pint of moonshine, and dance a jig at Sarah and Brian’s 1930s-style wedding.
Patricia and Tim may have started things off traditional at the chapel, but from there, it was all curry rice crispy treats and dogs in bow ties.
Though life isn’t always what you expect, Ben and Lucy prove that sometimes, you just have to do it your own way.