A fab elopement on Hurricane Ridge (with a sassy deer!)

Christina and Greg got married on their 17th dating anniversary. It was a beautiful September Wednesday afternoon in the Port Angeles area — a lucky draw for Washington fall weather. As a couple who has been through about half of their lives together, they weren’t focused on sweating the little things. Instead, they had a beautiful and intimate elopement on Hurricane Ridge on a cliff in the Olympic National Forest.

Don't miss the actual sixpence in the bride's shoe, the groom's boutonniere sculpted from metal, and the coffee and Top Pot donuts that followed the ceremony…

Delight in this edgy and totally kawaii wedding shoot in Harajuku, Tokyo

It's time to dive headfirst into the pastel dreamland that is this kawaii wedding inspiration shoot in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan. It's got everything from My Little Pony jewelry to glitter makeup to pastel colors galore. You'll feel like you fell into a soft pile of candy floss and will never want to reemerge.

The shoot took place on Takeshita Street in Harajuku where edgy meets urban and it's all awesomeness incarnate. Don't miss the striped suit, the fingerless gloves, and the pastel rhinestones and tulle. Let's peek at the whole cute affair…

The most dope stuff under $100 to add to your wedding registry

If you're having a gift registry, you might want that spendy grill, fancy mixer, crystal goblets… all that good registry shit. But you've got those guests who just can't afford to shell out a ton of cash for a gift, right? Definitely make sure you've got a few under $100 registry gifts available to buy just in case. Your less rich guests will sing your praises.

Thankfully, we found some killer and less expensive gifts that you can add to your registry right now. Think millennial pink tea kettles, marble bedspreads, retro radios, gorgeous dining chairs, and a ton more…

All smiles, tears, and cheers for this stunning multicultural wedding

Leila and Calvin blended together traditions from their Filipino, African American, Muslim, and Irish heritages and made it all MAD GOOD. During their ceremony, they had drummers perform and their officiant also included an African tradition of afoshe: eating and drinking different foods and beverages that represented symbols about a marriage.

Are you ready to experience this rich and stunning multicultural wedding?