BY Natasha Rodriguez
on May 13, 2015
As people become more open-minded, non-traditional weddings are becoming increasingly popular, and there are now websites dedicated to planning these unique ceremonies. Brides are no longer afraid to show of their killer tattoos or flaunt some color. From ditching the white to wearing track shorts, these fearless brides have made us fall in love with non-traditional weddings all over again. Scroll down for some amazing inspiration!
1. This beautiful couple jumping the broom.
2. These stunning brides who showed off awesome tattoos and matching bouquets. Read More
on Apr 24, 2015
Looking for a refuge from traditional wedding planning? Look no further than Toasted's event this weekend in Brooklyn, NY. You'll find tons of offbeat wedding ideas and affordable, eco-friendly goods that will get you all sorts of inspired for the big day. Read More
BY Hannah Baxter
on Apr 08, 2015
For the average bride-to-be, any mention of disruption can incite a wave of nightmares about botched seating charts and drunken groomsmen. Yet that is exactly the goal of Liz Susong and Carly Romeo, the two twenty-something founders of the new feminist publication, Catalyst Wedding Magazine. They want to disrupt and revamp the image of a modern wedding, an industry that has too long been marketed to the overwhelmingly white, heterosexual, affluent and thin. Read More
BY Evelyn Chapman
on Feb 11, 2015
When 23 year old badass Shelby Swank was left by her fiance five days before their wedding, what did she do? Well, she knew “a pity party was the farthest thing from what [she] wanted or needed.” So at her photographer Elizabeth Hoard’s suggestion, she gathered her family and friends on November 1st, the day of the intended nuptials, and together they trashed her wedding dress.
A day that could have been spent in mourning, with plenty of ice cream and wine, was instead embraced. Read More
Michelle Edgemont provides the perfect mix of classic and quirky in her modern wedding design company. With an eye towards individuality and personal expression, Edgemont offers couples the opportunity to create a truly one-of-a-kind wedding. With her whimsical and contemporary sense of style, your special day will reach new heights of beautiful awesomeness!
Read on to learn more about Michelle and her creations...
Tell us about yourself!
My name is Michelle Edgemont and I own a wedding design and floral business that goes by the same name based in Brooklyn, NY. Read More
The bride: MailLien Le. The groom: Mike Cassesso. The date: Saturday, October 5th. The place to be was the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC... or so everyone thought until the government shutdown prohibited use of national monuments and parks.
The couple thought their wedding was an impossibility, but they had a tremendous surprise in store. Stephen Colbert, always the romantic, saved the day. Seeing the blushing pair in despair, the comic host explained that the real shutdown was not in the government but in his own heart. Read More