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Backyard

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

Kat

Agape

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!
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Intimate Al-Fresco Backyard Wedding with a Homemade Taco Bar

Kat

Meghan Premuda

November 25, 2020

With a budget if $5,000, Andrea and Stacey - who met online in 2018 - planned a completely DIY, June wedding in their own back garden. Both in their 50s and both having been married before, they wanted their wedding to feature all things and people they love. They had just nine guests, which included their three grown up children, a bocce tournament, a homemade taco bar and great scotch whiskey bought from a previous trip to Scotland.
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Backyard Banger: A Kid’s Party Meets Disco Meets Rock Show Wedding!

Kat

Jackson Grant Weddings

November 18, 2020

When the bride's parents live in a pink house, it would be pretty much criminal not to host the wedding there. So, when Laura and Coby married in December last year, they chose the backyard as the location for their ceremony and drinks reception and decked it out with pink, red and sparkly details including iridescent streamer backdrops, disco balls and pink crates with flowers in them!
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An Intimate, Backyard, Pandemic Wedding with a Street Party Reception

Sophie Cooke

Roni Rose

July 22, 2020

Jackson and Erik gathered inspiration for their May 2020 wedding from two places - their international travels, and their favourite city, Chicago. Despite their original date falling slap bang in the middle of an international pandemic and most couples postponing, Jackson and Eric had a very important reason to keep to their plans. “The most important reason to keep our original date was to have our beloved and elderly doggo, Bessie, there,” explained the bride. “She walked me down the aisle and had a gold velvet collar that matched my gold and black dress perfectly!”
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Bad Ass Backyard Wedding Planned in Five Weeks

Kat

Robin Sassi

July 7, 2020

Although they knew each other for a couple of years prior, Sami and Myles' relationship progressed quickly when they finally became an item. They got engaged after four months, Sami was pregnant at eight, and they were married in under a year. The bulk of the actual planning was done within just five weeks too! The theme for their wedding was simple, relaxed and outdoorsy - choosing a friend's back garden as their reception location.
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