Swoon at these dapper dudes with a "Prince Charming marries Prince Charming" theme

These two dapper-as-hell, handsome gents are both from Texas, but somehow didn't meet until they were both living in the Bay Area. When they finally got married, it was all about the theme: Prince Charming marries Prince Charming! There were longline jackets, costumes, origami cranes, fabulous flowers, and a gorgeous castle-themed cake perfect for two princes in love.


A canoe entrance, a dock jump, and a breastfeeding mama round out this fab camp wedding

Gus and Ria were married at Camp Moran State Park on Orcas Island, where they camped and partied hard. Some of our favorite parts include the couple's son Harlan breastfeeding before the wedding, the canoe entrance to the ceremony, and the joyous dock jump after! They quite literally took the plunge. The reception had dancing, s'mores, and even some skinny-dipping. All is right with this wedding.


Magic wedding math: how to estimate guest list numbers using a simple equation

You've got to get that guest list number to your caterer, your venue, your uncle, your cat… everyone needs this number, right? How are you supposed to figure it out when you know your guests are slacking with their RSVPs? The best way to guesstimate this number is to sit down with your list and figure out the likelihood of each person, but if you're needing the number NAONAONAO, we've got some math that may help. Here's our advice for how to estimate guest list numbers.


Steal these 35+ super offbeat gift registry ideas from REAL SoKind registries

SoKind Registry is also featured in our Offbeat Vendors guide!

Our kinship with SoKind Registry makes total sense when you know that they focus on gifts of experience, charitable causes, and non-stuff gifts. Not acquiring a bunch of stuff makes total sense for most couples. We decided to work with SoKind to find some of the most interesting, most "why didn't I think of that" offbeat gift registry ideas from REAL SoKind registries.


These mohawked rockabilly wedding ladies took a DIYed wedding by storm… literally

Stacie and Crystal were married in Oklahoma, but had their public rockabilly wedding ceremony and reception at a friend's home in Wichita Falls, TX. Their families and friends had a hand in everything — from officiating, to music, to venue, to cakes, to food, to decorating, it was a homemade-with-love affair. At the end, it was all toasts and cake and smooching… then tornado sirens from all of the bad weather they'd been having. Hey, it probably means good luck, right? Let's get a load of this mohawked, fabulously coiffed, and stylish pair.