Andrew and Monica wanted their wedding day to feel different to their guests and all who attended by first pointing toward Christ and all He has done, and then to how thankful they were to have found each other — and that's exactly what they did.
Besides Ronnie and Jess both being absolutely beautiful people, their personalities also reflect beauty, warmth, kindness and dedication toward one another, which is perfectly represented in this rusting wedding.
Second weddings are great because many times, the couples really spend a lot of time making the wedding details so personal.
Ana and Aaron's wedding was a beautiful three-day event, starting with a welcome dinner at the Amherst Women's Club and ending with Sunday brunch at the Lord Jeffrey Inn.
Over the course of 17 years, Carlos and Jessica raised a family and forged a life together, on a beautiful day in Tampa with their children, family, and friends, they became husband and wife.
Because they had fallen in love at the beach, it only seemed perfect for Erin and Zachary to host their beach-themed wedding at The Crescent Beach Club in Bayville, New York.
Jennifer and Brian's wedding had a lot of variety.
This sweet couple, the groom's little girl and their family and friends had a wonderful day celebrating Hillcrest Baptist Church in Tennessee.
Emily was a goddess bride, Chris was a ruggedly handsome groom and the combination made for some seriously fabulous photos.
Ivana and Austin said "I do" at The Cooper Estate in Homestead, Florida.
This classic anniversary shoot traced with modern flair was meant to carry through seasons seamlessly, offering inspiration to brides marrying from spring to fall.
This Woodstock-inspired wedding was colorful, fun and one heck of an amazing party.
On May 30, these two love birds headed to the Ballantyne Hotel and the magic began! They said their vows to one other, shared their first kiss as husband and wife, and partied it up with their best friends and family all night.
Jessica and Sam tied the knot at Trinity Tree Farm in Issaquah, Washington. They fell in love with the beautiful barn from the beginning, but the fact that they love Christmas and the venue lies within a Christmas-tree farm made the decision that much easier.
While this gorgeous affair was styled by the awesome women of Aloha Bridal Connections this couple's story is very real.
Betsy and Josh first discovered Marfa, Texas on a cross-country road trip. They stayed in a teepee at hotel El Cosmico, saw the mysterious Marfa Lights and immediately fell in love with the art, people and wide-open sky.
The infectious smiles lasted from first look to the very last dance at Kristen and Doug's rustic Quonquont Farm wedding.
What better way to start your marriage than to be surrounded by your closest family and friends on a beautiful gulf-coast beach in Florida?
Although the planning took close to three years, Vilma and Edwin had the wedding of their dreams.
Brittany and Chris tied the knot during their beautiful Bella Collina wedding in Montverde, Florida. The venue's Tuscan-inspired design, combined with the landscapes of Montverde, make the perfect duo for feeling like you're re in the heart of Italy.