TGIF! Our top real weddings from this week include a stunning wedding in Greece, a fun-filled mountaintop ceremony in Colorado, and a Georgia wedding brimming with chic holiday inspiration. Check out the full galleries below!
Laid-Back Colorado Mountain Wedding – Janie and Garrett were married at Beaver Meadows Ranch in Red Feather Lakes, Co. on August 29. We love so many details about this wedding that it’s hard to know where to begin. From the bride’s unique turquoise wedding band to the scenic outdoor ceremony, this couple’s big day was nothing short of perfect!
Photo by Alison Rose Photography
Gold and White Mansion Wedding – Lauren and Dave were married at Barr Mansion & Artisan Ballroom in Austin, Texas on May 17. Their modern color palette included white, gold and hot pink, accented with phalaenopsis orchids, feathers and fresh greenery. And check out the bride’s show-stopping wedding gown!
Photo by Hyde Park Photography
Cranberry Red Georgia Wedding – Courtney and Nolan were married at the Bellevue in Lagrange, Ga. on December 20. This holiday wedding embodies classic Christmas style: think red plaid, poinsettias, pine cones, evergreens, and holly. So festive!
Photo by This is You by Mark & Tracy
Intimate Greek Farm Wedding – Marta and Salar were married at Agreco Farm in Chania, Crete, on August 27. The couple’s love story has taken them around the world — Salar proposed while they were traveling in Sri Lanka! Their sunny ceremony took place in a courtyard on Greece’s largest island. After saying ‘I do,’ the new Mr. and Mrs. strolled around town and stopped to take a newlywed selfie!
Photo by Elias Kordelakos Photography
Timeless Backyard Indiana Wedding – Hannah and Terrence were married at College Avenue United Methodist Church, followed by a reception at the bride’s parents’ home in Muncie, Ind. on September 6. “Sharing our wedding day with the most important people in our lives, at the home where I grew up, was so incredibly special,” Hannah said. “There’s no place like home to make wedding dreams come true.”
Photo by Meredith Rogers Photography