Wedding photographers have the honor—and the difficult job—of capturing the emotion and celebration of brides and grooms around the world. And increasingly, people are looking for wedding photography that moves away from the stilted, posed photographs of the past in lieu of capturing the candid moments that make up the day. Fearless Photographers, a website that helps you find the best wedding photographers near you, curates a gallery of stunning wedding imagery every two months.
During her two-year search for the perfect wedding dress, 23-year-old Jordyn Cleverly had tried on more than 30 dresses, but...
When Kevin Walsh was just 13 years old, he met Blake—his future wife and the “prettiest girl [he'd] ever seen”—at summer...
Thanks to a recent wedding dress trend in Japan, the classic kimono is currently undergoing a modern makeover. Today, brides-to-be often opt to transform their furisode—or “swinging sleeves”— kimonos into avant-garde gowns that combine a traditional aesthetic with a contemporary silhouette. Watabe Wedding, a Kyoto-based brand, has helped pioneer and popularize this trend with their line of for-rent kimono wedding dresses. Called Shoen, this colorful collection features strapless dresses made out of authentic and antique furisode kimonos. The Shoen line features 5 distinctive dresses: The Tsurumomiji (“crane maple”)
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It’s no secret that STEM careers aren’t exactly teeming with women. So, when it comes to making friends in those fields, chances are a woman is going to have more than a few male confidants. For computer engineer Rebeca Brantes, this was a problem she was facing as she prepared for her wedding. According to the bride-to-be, she didn’t have any girlfriends to fill the role of bridesmaids for her wedding.
The night before Florida couple Jessica and Tyler Brown tied the knot, the bride-to-be's beloved grandmother, Margaret Harris, suffered a heart attack.
Today, many people think that weddings strictly feature grooms in tuxedos and brides “all dressed in white.
We've all heard of couples getting married on the beach, but what about in the water? It's practically unheard of. But that's exactly what bride Susana Zamos and her groom Jovany did; their water wedding was performed in the middle of the Caribbean Sea in Cozumel, Mexico. Surrounded by 100 friends and family, they stood fully clad—and waist deep–in the crystal clear water.
When rock climbing couple Luis Cardona and Maddy Thorpe got engaged, photographer India Earl was there to capture it.
DIY enthusiast Eric Page will spend hundreds of hours crafting the perfect gift for his girlfriend, Shirin.