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A Victorian Ghost Who Visited the Seventies: A Cosy & Rainy Music-Themed Wedding


Danny Bergin of Chellise Michael

June 15, 2022

1880s in upstate New York, that had been lovingly restored by a theatre tech and fantasy writer. As soon as they saw the piano and themed rooms full of antiques they knew it was the perfect fit for their wedding, which they themed, "A Victorian ghost who visited the Seventies. We wanted our wedding to feel like Morticia Addams and Cher had a baby. A little spooky, a little disco and always glam!"

A Backyard Wedding with a Family-Focus & Cardboard Cut Out Flowergirls



February 8, 2021

Like most couples who wed last year, Kayla and William had to make some big changes in order to have a small pandemic-friendly wedding. They were originally planning a big, country club wedding for August, which has now been postponed to 2021. However as the pair have lived apart for 4 1/2 years of their five year relationship (the groom lived in Ohio and the bride in New York), they just wanted to be married already. Their kiss after the ceremony was the first time they had kissed in over 200 days!

Friends, Family, Tacos & Tequila: A Laid Back 70s Inspired Warehouse Wedding


Aileen Choi Photo

August 4, 2020

Bethany and Ryan's styled their summer 2019 wedding impeccably with 70s influences and a laid back vibe. They chose a warehouse space, The Ellis Building in Vancouver, as the venue, which they loved because it was a real blank canvas, didn't have too many fussy details but also didn't need much in the way of extra decorations - it was super cool on it's own. They really just wanted to have a big party with their friends and family, to eat tacos and drink tequila!

Rural & Free-Spirited, 1970s Themed Wedding

Sophie Cooke

Peyton Curry

March 18, 2020

Allie and Brian describe their first moments of falling in love as ‘like the same existential self-discovery that so many people waxed lyrical about in the late ’60’s and early 70s’. So, coupled with their love of music from the same era (cosily nestled between the folk and Rock n Roll genres), they used this as a starting point for the shaping their wedding around that same kind of ‘groovy, grounding energy.’