A Favorite Getaway


When Lindsey and Josh were discussing destination wedding venues, it was only natural that the Colony Palms Hotel rose to the top of the list. A favorite weekend getaway for these two Angelenos, the hotel is the perfect location for a Palm Springs destination wedding. 



A Family Affair


Ruth and Matt were married amongst close family and friends on a blustery day at Crossroads Estate. Despite the unseasonably cold temperatures, Ruth wore Reem Acra and walked down the aisle to Rachel Platten's "Better Place", performed by friend Sara Mann.



Beach Beauty


Nikki and Matt were married in the Breton-inspired private enclave of St. Malo, in Oceanside. The pair wanted an "elegant coastal dinner party" that felt "more casual than glam", and enlisted the help of renowned planner Kerrie Petrie to pull off a fete to remember.



Rustic Sophistication


Joe and Steve were married at a ranch in the hills of Malibu, Calif. These two Angelenos merged urban style and sophistication with the ranch's rustic vibe. They surprised guests with a choreographed flash-mob-inspired first dance!



A Celebration High Atop Surfing's Mecca


High atop the pounding surf of Oahu's North Shore, Liz and Jordan tied the knot on a picture-perfect Hawaiian day.



Under the Gaze of the Sawtooth Mountains


On a ranch nestled amidst Idaho’s snowcapped mountain peaks and the meandering Salmon River, Claire and Brian tied the knot in a meadow with a vista suitable for the gods.



Where Granite Meets Lava


Courtney and Chris were married on a family ranch near Lake Almanor, nestled at a crossroad where the granite of the Sierra Nevada meets the lava of the Cascades.



Classic Sophistication in Cape May


Jenn and Scott planned their destination wedding for Cape May, New Jersey. They were married at Congress Hall, America's oldest seaside resort. These Manhattanites were surrounded by their closest family and friends as they tied the knot on a perfect Cape May day.