The pink-haired genius behind Pop! Wed Co. wrote a book, and it is a gift to introverts and style-lovers everywhere. I don't care if you're never getting married, the photos in this book alone will get your heart pitter-pattering for that elusive concept of love once more. If you are getting hitched and haven't considered the idea of a "tiny wedding" before, you absolutely will after picking up this handy guide to planning a stress-free, personalized ceremony and photo sesh with your lovah and loved ones.
This book is one part tiny wedding planning guide, one part inspiration, and four parts color overload.
This book is one part tiny wedding planning guide, one part inspiration, and four parts color overload. Maggie's tone is super down-to-earth because she's really a no BS kind of gal. She feels pretty meh about the mega pressures of the wedding industry but she's all about self expression and adventure. Her company Pop! Wed Co. started blowing up the DC wedding scene as she and her partner began hosting pop up elopements in public spaces. With that kind of flexibility and few people to maneuver, they were capturing some awesome photos that have inspired many to remember what a "wedding" is really all about: two people. She's bringing the focus back on the couple, showing that elopements can be super fun, and challenging the idea that you have to go broke to have a worthy wedding. If you like real talk and consider you and your partner to be "awesome," this book was written for you.
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Liz Susong is the editor of Catalyst Wed Co. She thinks indie publishing, bossbabes, and pink hair are rad.