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This week’s top five real weddings are filled with inspiration for every style! We love the fun-filled carnival bash in California, and the Georgia ranch wedding has a touching story behind it that moved us all. See more of our favorites below!
Carnival-Themed California Wedding – Cari and Paul were married at Murrieta Equestrian Center in Murrieta, Calif. on July 11. They took their rustic-vintage wedding up several notches by providing an array of fun carnival games and rides to entertain their guests all night long. And yes, there was a Ferris wheel!
Photo by Leah Marie Photography
Intimate Georgia Ranch Wedding – Anna and Travis were married at Double H Ranch in Colbert, Ga. on October 9. Their sunset wedding was intimate and elegant, with a focus on honoring the bride’s late son, Lake, who passed away from cancer just a few months before the wedding. Photographer Brandy Angel paid tribute to the family by later adding Lake’s silhouette to their group portrait. So beautiful!
Photo by Brandy Angel Photography
Sunny California Vineyard Wedding – Brittany and Adam were married at Still Waters Vineyards in Paso Robles, Calif. on September 19. They said ‘I do’ with a picturesque hillside backdrop and took to the vineyards for a few adorable photos following the ceremony. At the reception, the show-stopper was this four-tier ombre cake garnished with fresh roses.
Photo by A. Blake Photography
Industrial Spring Atlanta Wedding – Taylor and Robert were married at The Stave Room at American Spirit Works in Atlanta, Ga. on May 2. The whiskey distillery was the perfect setting for this modern and chic wedding. We love their addition of lush floral arrangements, which kept the space from feeling too minimal!
Photo by 35 Atlanta
Rustic Purple Wyoming Wedding – Dawn and Casey were married at St. Alban’s Chapel in Centennial, Wyo. followed by a reception at Snowy Mountain Lodge on September 5. Not many couples can say they went fishing on their wedding day…except for Dawn and Casey! Their brown and purple color scheme blended perfectly with the venue’s mountaintop scenery.
Photo by BHP Imaging
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Tags: 35 Atlanta, A. Blake Photography, BHP Imaging, Brandy Angel Photography, Carnival-Themed California Wedding, Industrial Spring Atlanta Wedding, Intimate Georgia Ranch Wedding, Leah Marie Photography, Rustic Purple Wyoming Wedding, Sunny California Vineyard Wedding
In honor of engaged couples sharing their #justsaidyes moments with us on Instagram, we just had to share this adorable proposal. This man filmed his own version of the “Rude” music video and played it for his girlfriend at the local movie theater, which happened to be filled with their family and friends. After leaving the theater for a few minutes, he reappeared to ask her the question of a lifetime. Between the amount of planning and her reaction, good luck not tearing up!
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From a glitzy Art Deco soiree, a 1940s-style wedding, a beachy Domincan Republic wedding and a sweet New York City elopement, this week’s top real weddings are anything but ordinary! Prepare to be inspired, and check out all of the galleries below:
Intimate New York City Hall Wedding – Tatiana and Roman were married at New York City Hall in New York, N.Y. on March 20. After they said “I do,” the newlyweds buzzed around the city (in the snow!) taking photos. We love that the bride swapped her red high heels for a cute and comfortable pair of sneakers!
Photo by L&L Style Photo
1940s-Inspired Florida Wedding – Victoria and David were married at First United Methodist Church of Winter Garden in Winter Garden, Fla. followed by a reception at Tanner Hall on November 8. The bride’s classic ballgown and birdcage veil – not to mention her pearl jewelry and red lipstick – have us swooning. The sweetest part? Her engagement ring once belonged to the groom’s grandmother.
Photo by Krista Lajara Photography
Elegant California Terrace Wedding – Stevie and Collin were married at Serendipity Garden Weddings in Oak Glen, Calif. on September 1. Nestled in southern California’s scenic mountains, this venue was the perfect backdrop for a dreamy, sunshine-filled wedding. The neutral color scheme was accented with subtle pops of orange and red, as seen on the bride’s brooch bouquet!
Photo by Abbey Lunt Photography
Art Deco Glam Connecticut Wedding – Pamela and Daniel were married at Gershon Fox Ballroom in Hartford, Conn. on April 11. Check out these stunning sequined gowns by Badgley Mishcka! “I absolutely loved how the entire bridal party looked like they were part of a Hollywood event,” Pamela said.
Photo by Sascha Reinking Photography
Tropical Dominican Republic Wedding – Jennifer and Seth were married at La Palapa in Samana, Dominican Republic on March 14. In need of beach wedding ideas? Look no further! This laid-back wedding also included a personal twist during the ceremony: Jennifer and Seth asked married couples to share their best advice on marriage and family.
Photo by Misha Media Photography
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Tags: 1940s-Inspired Florida Wedding, Abbey Lunt Photography, Art Deco Glam Connecticut Wedding, Elegant California Terrace Wedding, Intimate New York City Hall Wedding, Krista Lajara Photography, L&L Style Photo, Misha Media Photography, Sascha Reinking Photography, Tropical Dominican Republic Wedding
Our WeddingWire editors see and publish dozens of real weddings each week, and choosing our favorites is no easy feat, but someone’s gotta do it! This week, we’ve rounded up five beautiful weddings in a variety of styles, from a festive New Year’s Eve ceremony to a laid-back, California vineyard wedding brimming with rustic chic inspiration. Take a look at all of the photos below:
Classic Alabama Golf Club Wedding – Marie Claire and Brian were married at Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Ala. followed by a reception at Wynlakes Country Club on June 27. Timeless, elegant, sophisticated — This southern wedding is a classic bride’s (or groom’s) dream! And did we mention the couple’s magical proposal story?
Photo by Nick Drollette Photography
Autumn Georgia Mill Wedding – Nicole and Brandon were married at The Mill at Yellow River in Porterdale, Ga. on October 18. The picturesque riverfront venue was the perfect backdrop for this couple’s rustic wedding, complete with cowboy boots, baby’s breath and one adorable first look.
Photo by Holly L. Robbins Photography
Platinum and Pink Loft Wedding – Erin and Michael were married at The Cotton Room in Durham, N.C. on July 17. We love how they combined classic elements with subtle boho details. The stunning bride styled her hair in a unique Dutch braid updo, and we can’t stop staring!
Photo by Keepsake Memories Photography
Blush and Gray Vineyard Wedding – Jesse and Curtis were married at HammerSky Vineyards in Paso Robles, Calif. on September 6. A few showstoppers from this wedding include Jesse’s blush pink Vera Wang gown, and the reception dinner, which was catered by a food truck!
Photo by A. Blake Photography
New England New Year’s Eve Wedding – Abby and Greg were married at the Barn at Gibbet Hill in Groton, Mass. on December 31. They celebrated the new year in one of the best ways possible – by saying “I do!”
Photo by Liz Solaka Photography
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Tags: A. Blake Photography, Autumn Georgia Mill Wedding, Blush and Gray Vineyard Wedding, Classic Alabama Golf Club Wedding, Holly L. Robbins Photography, Keepsake Memories Photography, Liz Solaka Photography, New England New Year's Eve Wedding, Nick Drollette Photography, Platinum and Pink Loft Wedding
Actress Amy Poehler is already a pro at winning us over with her witty humor, but here at WeddingWire, we think she could have another career in her future: wedding pianist! On November 3, at a church in Pasadena, Calif., Poehler was on hand for a reading of “Portlandia” actress Carrie Brownstein’s book, “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl: A Memoir.” During the Q&A portion of the event, a fan named Kendall stepped up to the mic and requested that Brownstein marry her and her partner, Genevieve, right then and there! It turns out that Brownstein is a licensed wedding officiant, and after some encouragement from Poehler, she agreed to perform the impromptu wedding. The ever-so-thoughtful Poehler quickly made bouquets for Kendall and Genevieve before taking a seat behind the church’s piano. You can hear her playing some (amateur) notes as the couple exchange their handwritten vows. We have to say that Brownstein did a fantastic job as the officiant, even providing Kendall and Genevieve with some heartfelt marriage advice that had us a bit teary-eyed. See for yourself in the video above!
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