This week, our favorite real weddings include a pretty blush Michigan wedding, a wedding that took place in the middle of a blizzard (yes, really!) and a Harry Potter-themed wedding. We also have two beautiful summer weddings that will have you feeling ready for warmer weather (if you aren’t already). See the full galleries below, and happy Friday!
Blush Michigan Garden Wedding – Susan and Keegan were married at The Inn at Stonecliffe on Mackinac Island, Mich. on September 9. The decor for their lakefront wedding was feminine, classic and romantic, complete with blush and sparkly gold details.
Photo by Willow Noavi Photography
Fuchsia and Navy Maryland Wedding – Samantha and Alex were married on January 24 during the East Coast’s record-breaking blizzard, Jonas. The ceremony took place at the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Md. followed by a reception at Overhills Mansion in Catonsville, Md. We admire this couple’s determination to say “I do,” despite the fact that more than half of their guests were unable to attend the wedding.
Photo by Sknow Photo By Sarah Mitchell
Harry Potter-Themed Wedding – Maya and Chris were married at The Belmont Country Club in Ashburn, Va. on September 12. Their handmade details would make any Potterhead proud! Don’t miss the aisle runner made out of book pages, the sorting hat seating chart, and the doe Patronus cake topper.
Photo by Lesnick Photo
Orange Wisconsin Barn Wedding – Jordan and Joel were married at The Enchanted Barn in Hillsdale, Wis. on July 25. We love how they incorporated such a bold color into their big day! The bridesmaids effortlessly pulled off orange dresses, and the cheerful hue was scattered throughout the rest of the wedding, from the vibrant floral arrangements to the favors.
Photo by Eileen K. Photography
Nautical Rhode Island Wedding – Beth and Adam were married at Newport Yachting Center in Newport, R.I. on August 23. Calling all summer brides and grooms! Take note of this wedding’s laid-back, elegant vibe. These adorable sailboat escort cards would be perfect for a waterfront wedding, no?
Photo by Polina Kelly Photography