• Photo by ProudRad. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Rustic

    A Bohemian Chic Lockdown Wedding At Home

    In just five days, these newlyweds booked a photographer and videographer, and sent out an instructional manual on having a wedding at home – talk about beating the odds when it comes to tying the knot! Who’s to say a home wedding can’t be just as special and magical? Keeping within Community Quarantine protocols, they coordinated everything online, and on their big day, 70 guests dialed in to witness their vow exchange. What beautiful photos these turned out to be, there’s definitely something so intimate and sweet about starting your new life together at home. Thanks to ProudRad for these!

  • Andrew Yep Photographie. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Vintage,  Whimsical

    A Yellow and Grey Industrial DIY Wedding In Kuching

    This was a wedding of contrasts, as the venue was rustic with its exposed brick walls yet industrial with its steel staircase and high ceilinged warehouse interior. Strung with lights and set up in a combination of yellow and light grey, this wedding was literally brought together by the efforts of the bride and groom. Their DIY project brought them closer together and they made sure their wedding reflected their personalities and love story. We love the little details too: succulents in the bride’s bouquet, and the various decorative accents. Many thanks to Andrew Yep Photographie for capturing this beautiful wedding.

  • Contemporary,  Love Stories

    Love Is…

    Here we go again, talking about how typography can really change your whole wedding day style. Both Tiffany and Mark are designers, and Mark is actually a typographer too. We’ve lost count of how many designers’ weddings we have featured. Their refusal to conform to the norm always catches our eye when we see one of their weddings. There’s always a strong message and concept that carries through, and it’s such a joy to see them share their creativity with their loved ones. This couple wed on 09.10.11 in Palm Springs, thus the iconic logotype “Nine.Ten.Eleven.” They rented the entire Movie Colony Hotel in Palm Springs, and used it as…