Real Wedding Highlights 2019.

Thank you so much to all the photographers who have submitted Real Weddings over the course of the year. We are so thankful to be able to show real weddings from all around the world and these were some favourites over the past year, according to our website clicks these past 12 months. We can't wait to share more incredible weddings in 2020.

Phil and Sara, photographed by A Fistful of Bolts

This wedding was shot entirely on film, and was laid-back and very anti-bride. Both Phil and Sara are photographers and have seen their fair share of weddings and both steered away from anything conventional and traditional. This clearly resonated with you guys!

Amanda and Jake, photographed by Coral Dove Photography

This stunning wedding took place in the most stunning venue - and the bride wore a cape! Click on the link above to see more of this incredible wedding.

Nadia and Christopher, photographed by Jamie Street Rad and in Love

The couple opted to diverge from a typical wedding format, instead throwing a memorable party for close family and friends. They got married in L.A and Nadia wore a vintage gown.

Marie and Julien, photographed by Franco Giomi

This wedding was a celebration that lasted days on a Spanish island. Marie and Julien who are both French, were engaged in Namibia and got married on the beautiful island of Formentera off Spain, as it reminded them of Mexico where they met 10 years prior.  This wedding was a celebration that lasted days on a Spanish island, and a party we all wish we were invited to!

Megan and Dustin, photographed by Alisha Tova

Dustin and Megan aren’t very traditional and they wanted that to come through in their wedding. The couple got married in Chicago at a Michelin Star Restaurant and wanted the gourmet meal to be as memorable as their incredible ceremony and celebration.

Laure and Jeff, photographed by Michelle Pullman Rad and in Love

The couple had a low-key and heartfelt celebration at an artist friend's studio on the east side of Los Angeles. The couple approached their wedding in a very relaxed and down-to-earth way, and many of their vendors were good friends.

Miranda and Rory, photographed by Milkshop Photography

The couple were married at Rory’s parents church in their hometown and had 100 guests. Miranda originally wanted to elope in France but they ultimately decided to get married close to home to celebrate with their nearest and dearest. The couple opted to have an early ceremony and lunch time reception, followed by an afterparty Rory’s brothers house, which has been in their family for three or four generations.

Ashlee and Ed, photographed by Caleb Hill

Ed and Ashlee got married in Merida, Mexico with 55 of their family and friends present. The couple met on set on a fashion shoot when they were both assistants and live together in East London. They choose Mexico as they fell in love with it during a previous holiday and had family and friends fly from all around the world to celebrate with them.