Tensions rise as Cynthia and Mike plan their pandemic wedding.
The Sullivans created a stylish garden rooftop ceremony attended by just 28 of their closest family and friends.
The couple's micro-wedding took place on a gorgeous New York City rooftop with their closest tribe in attendance.
The bride's fashion background came in handy for her stunning home ceremony.
The couple chose a fun alternative to the traditional wedding cake at their industrial reception.
The Pinkstons exchanged vows in front of 170 guests and looked so fly while doing it.
The couple's dual wedding ceremonies celebrated tradition, family and love.
The couple's double ceremony merged two traditions together.
These lovebirds brought the glam, drama and romance when they said "I do."
This enchanting and romantic ceremony in Virginia Beach brought true love in full bloom.
The historical component of the couple's Charleston wedding won us over.
While folks were on the front lines fighting for justice, love still reigned supreme.
The Andersons' wedding plans were postponed due to COVID-19, so the couple opted for an intimate ceremony filled with love and a special surprise from friends.
No confetti cannon was left behind as the Stevensons said "I do" just in time for the ball to drop.
Whether they were dancing, laughing or crying tears of joy, we couldn't forget these joyful photos of our brides.
Paying homage to family ties in NOLA, this couple had a reception party like no other.
The epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in America is now letting couples say "I do" via video chat.