You'd never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your #WeddingWednesday lunchtime, we rounded up gorgeous real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web. Our favorite recent wedding blogs feature totally unique ways to personalize a city wedding.
San Francisco is the perfect backdrop for this couple's Indian-meets-Western affair. Not only do they have amazing portraits with the skyline in the background, they also hosted the two-day event at the iconic Merchants Exchange Building. —POPSUGAR
This couple's New York City bash is the outcome of some of the city's top vendors working together, and it shows. Their photos on cobblestone streets and in front of a firehouse capture the city's charm, but the reception feels like a classic Manhattan dinner party. —Brides
Getting married in Los Angeles means there's always a chance for a celebrity sighting, and this wedding is proof! An already-gorgeous soiree at the city's historic Carondelet House is even more memorable for Maroon 5's surprise performance. —100 Layer Cake
Moody earth tones dominate this rustic-meets-industrial inspiration shoot in Savannah, Georgia. It's a whole new way of looking at one of the oldest metropolises in the country. —Ruffled
Seattle is ripe with possibilities for a cool, funky wedding, and this bride took the bait — her defiantly anti-girlie wedding has a neutral palette that pops against the industrial venue. —Green Wedding Shoes
We love seeing brides in modern dresses for city weddings; the clean lines complement the sharp edges of skyscrapers perfectly. These six gowns fit the bill, plus, they're inspired by decades! —Brooklyn Bride
The odds of great weather for a Chicago wedding aren't the best, which is why we love that this couple has tons of outdoor photos from their Windy City nuptials. —Brides