2014 in Review: Top 5 Real Weddings

It’s 2 more days till a fresh and brand new year and these last days of 2014, we are reviewing our posts and highlighting our top ones. It has obviously been a fabulous year both for me as the editor and for our readers who keep on visiting this spot, words are not enough to tell you how grateful Knotsvilla is!

For the 2014 review of Knotsvilla, today we present to you our top 5 real weddings; those that made us gasp with their beauty, culture and most of all the amount of viewers it gathered. These are definitely the real weddings that put Knotsvilla on the map this year and it’s a pleasure to share again with you all.

5. New Jersey Indian Wedding by PhotosMadeEZ

As most of you know, here in Knotsvilla we embrace culture on a whole new level and it is no surprise that our viewers feel the same way. In August of this year we dedicated the blog to cultural real weddings and Pooja and Dhaval’s lovely wedding by PhotosMadeEZ made the cut and beautified the blog with much colors. Their New Jersey Indian wedding was held at the Ashirwad Palace and beautifully decorated by Rangoli Weddings.

See full feature – New Jersey Indian Wedding by PhotosMadeEZ


4. Ross Ade Stadium Wedding by Michael Meeks Photography

This was a wedding that embraced the sweet mix of colors that Knotsvilla absolutely loves! Tiffany Blue and Coral and a wedding in a college stadium was all I needed to fall in love with this wedding. Published in September of this year, Kristina and Donald’s gorgeous wedding was filled with flowers, the cake and attires beautifully coordinating the Blue and Coral colors making a wedding hard to miss in this countdown.

See full feature – Ross Ade Stadium Wedding by Michael Meeks Photography


3. Orange & Grey Wedding by Portrait Design by Shanti

Ah, this is one our Pinterest family really loves! The flowers are only a tiny bit of what makes this Orange and Grey wedding awesome – the table setting, stationery and the back of her dress should definitely be added to the list. Kaitlin and Steve’s wedding took place at a majestic old church in Menlo Park (The Church of Nativity) with a party to follow at the Palo Alto Country Club all beautifully captured by Portrait Design by Shanti. This wedding was published on Knotsvilla in June 2014.

See full feature – Orange & Grey Wedding by Portrait Design by Shanti


2. Nigerian Wedding: Delta Bride + Rivers Groom by BK Concept

This wedding obviously hits close to home being the bride is pretty much family to me and I was present at this wedding. Yet another wedding that shows why Knotsvilla truly appreciates weddings full of culture. With the bride showing up in about 5 different attire, Tosan and Emi’s wedding really explores how versatile and beautiful the Nigerian wedding can be. Beautifully planned by Tres bien Events, decorated by Dezua Events and photographed by BK Concept, this wedding was also featured in Knotsvilla’s “culture-ful” month of August 2014.

See full feature – Nigerian Wedding by BK Concept


1. South African Wedding by As Sweet As Images

Also featured in August for our “culture-ful” month, this was the first South African wedding Knotsvilla had ever seen and clearly our viewers were as intrigued as I was with it. The bride and bridesmaids attires surely left us with an assurance that culture is never boring! Landiwe and Malibongwe’s wedding was a mix of the western and cultural style with a western ceremony and a South African cultural reception. Captured by As Sweet As Images, this wedding officially ranks the first spot of the top real weddings here on Knotsvilla.

See full feature – South African Wedding by As Sweet As Images

South AFrican Wedding Ndebele bride

Hope you enjoyed the 2014 review of real weddings featured here on Knotsvilla. Stay tuned for more reviews!

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