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Top 5 Real Weddings of 2015

We brought you stunning and unique Real Weddings in 2015, including urban fetesdestination I do’srural celebrations, and everything in between. Here’s a round-up of the weddings that got the most clicks over the past year. Get ready to be inspired!

5. Andrea and Ian’s Intimate Urban Wedding
Andrea and Ian’s wedding was super cool. They held it in a trendy downtown restaurant on the last day of summer. The airy, modern room at Böehmer was adorned with flower arrangements incorporating fruits, perfect for the harvest season. Luckily, Andrea and Ian were prepared for the rain that came: they had purchased some really fun umbrellas. These turned out to be great  props for their photo session with A Brit & A Blonde.


4. Stephanie & Stephanie: Love in Fall
Steph and Steph’s wedding, photographed, fittingly, by Stef & Stef Photographie, took place on a gorgeous autumn day at Golf Saint-Raphaël in L’Île-Bizard, Quebec, Canada. Inspired by the beautiful fall foliage, the wedding’s bold color scheme featured orange and purple, as seen in the wedding party’s outfits, in the flowers, on the printed items. The guests threw colorful paper planes at the couple as they recessed down the aisle. The spectacular cake was decorated with a bright rainbow of color.

3. Rhiann And Cheetah’s Worldwide Wedding: 38 Ceremonies In 83 Days
Any couple planning their wedding want to make it personal and meaningful while getting the biggest bang for their buck. For some, it’s a DIY party after a visit to city hall; for others, it’s a no-holds-barred extravaganza. For Rhiann and Cheetah, it’s getting married in multiple countries during a three-month journey around the world on a shoestring. Clearly, these two aerial artists have quite a sense of adventure. They bought a $100 dress and a $100 tux that would fit in their carry-on backpacks, booked budget flights and Airbnb lodgings, and set off on the journey of a lifetime.

Photo by Cheetah Platt
2. Iain & Amana: Two Weddings In One
Honoring the traditions of two different cultures made Iain and Aman’s wedding a rich and colorful occasion, photographed by Manifesto PhotographyThere were two ceremonies, a traditional Sikh ceremony and a civil Canadian ceremony, at the Sprucewood Winery in Southern Ontario. Iain proudly wore a Scottish kilt in the Cameron of Erracht tartan and Aman wore a traditional Indian lengha that weighed nearly 30 pounds, hand-embroidered with crystals of rust gold and red.


1. Joey & Chie: Yards Of Love
Joey and Chie have been sweethearts since high school, so they were totally in sync while planning their wedding at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Making the event colorful was a top priority for Joey and Chie. The wedding decor featured yards and yards of ribbon and yarn, fashioned into tassels and fringes that served as backdrops and decorations for the ceremony and reception. They hired Jesi Haack Design to help them pull it all together, and the fabulous results made for beautiful photographs by Steve Cowell.

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