It’s that time of the year! Here are our favorite real wedding moments from 2018!
There are so many things to love about this wedding. Hasara and Daniel had a Chinese tea ceremony on day one of their wedding, complete with a custom red gown by Tavi Couture, beautiful balloons, and numerous family mementos. Their Sri Lankan ceremony on day two was just as lovely, and after all their celebrating was done, Hasara’s family gathered together their flowers and made bouquets to take to their local hospital.
Travis and Shavonne mixed together art, history, and joy for their wedding at The Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the result was stunning. I especially can’t get enough of Travis and his groomsmen looking fly AF.
I am absolutely in love with this wedding. The DIY florals, Starsha’s sleek modern gown, and the warm community vibe — I cannot get enough.
We love an Irish wedding, especially when the grooms are this dashing and the venue is this marvelous. Add stacked cheese cakes to the mix, and how can you resist?
Suzy’s expression when Elle is walking down the aisle is priceless, and the decor and attire at this wedding does not disappoint!
We really love NYC elopements around these parts, and Frank + Inger’s elopement is no exception. Bonus points for being a couple who can bring feminism into their wedding celebration.
Snowy weddings add an extra level of magic to an already magical day. Mamta + Hirsha’s winter wedding is absolutely stunning.
Photos by Charmi Patel Peña.
The color, the joy, the floral prints, the Colorado forest — I dare you not to love this wedding.
Gloria’s wedding dress and her bright smile get me every time. Also, why didn’t I get wedding photos on a carousel?!
Palm trees, ocean, tropical florals, and your whole community circled around you sending you love — now, that’s how you do a wedding.
What pairs better with soft pastel florals than gray modern architecture? In this former architecture student’s opinion, nothing.
The outfits, y’all! The outfits! Both Dana and TJ went through outfit changes on their wedding day (outfit changes aren’t just for brides, y’all!) and each glamorous art deco outfit was better than the last.
Jen Siomacco is the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Catalyst Wedding Co. She works to mesh together her love of feminism, love stories, accessibility, equality, and design into the Catalyst brand. When she’s not traveling the country working to make the wedding industry a more inclusive place, she’s writing on her couch and snuggled up with her husband and SUPER lazy cats.