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How to plan a disability-friendly wedding

You’re recently engaged? Congratulations! As you've probably discovered, images of brides and grooms with disabilities will not be easily found within the pages of popular magazines. So there are probably very few examples to generate ideas and reminders for all of details you’ll need to incorporate into your event. That's why you should check out these tips for planning an accessible ceremony, disability-friendly considerations for your reception, and accommodating guests with different needs…

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Nicole & Josh's pop culture interfaith geek wedding

Comic book shoes, wholesale flowers, and a some geeky movie and TV references… this is our kind of geeky LA party. Add in the cool venue, the donuts, and the Star Wars centerpieces and it's on like Donkey Kong. Oh, and don't miss the groom's hilarious swan dive into his groomsmen!

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Diana & Dale's horror movies meets zoo wedding

Social anxiety was not going to ruin this couple's day or prevent them from planning a horror movies meets zoo animals bash at the Brookfield Zoo outside of Chicago. Don't miss the couple's amazing custom-made goth-chic gear, rockabilly bridesmaid dresses, fang place cards, and eyeball cupcakes.

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How to tell your family that your wedding will be adults-only

I want to send an email to our family members letting them know that the wedding will be adults only. While I still can’t control the way anybody interprets the message, doing it this way at least allows us to control the words that they see/hear. This was really difficult to write, but here's what I've come up with…

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Sara & Mutt's retro handmade dive bar wedding

Vintage-loving couples: this is the wedding for YOU! A $50 fabulous vintage dress, an entire wedding party looking straight out of the '50s, and a VINTAGE CAR PARADE… get your eyeballs on this one, we're serious. Don't miss the surprise gift from the bride's parents, too. It's so appropriate.

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Wedding registries: The gateway to lifestyle creep

Wedding registries. It’s awesome to get presents, but it sucks when you realize that all your presents mean you have to spend more money to upgrade everything else to match. You will find yourself purchasing things so that they can “match” your new items. Even if your stuff up until now was perfectly fine, even if you never thought to replace it.