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Danielle & Andrew's 1920s-inspired tiny wedding

Just wait until you see this tiny wedding with some Velveteen Rabbit, a gorgeous black dress, a groom in a dapper top hat and coat, all with a cross-country, long distance plan. It may not have been their original intent, but we can't deny that it's a fabulous result. Don't miss the gothically delicious black feather and flower bouquet!

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Kelly & Jacob's retro carnival wedding

We've seen some amazing carnival weddings, but this one may be in contention for the most epic decor ever. We're talking popcorn, Cracker Jacks, pinwheels, faux flash tattoos, circus-themed centerpieces, a hot dog stand, a huge and gorgeous candy buffet, and a retro circus cage photo booth! It will make you want to hop on a ferris wheel and get hitched, vintage carnival-style.

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Erin & Mark's retro, book-inspired, freethinking wedding

Book-lovers, Toronto-lovers, and gorgeous-wedding-lovers: follow me to your wedding bliss. Book page rose centerpieces, book cover programs and table numbers, library card place cards, and so many more bibliophile deliciousness abound. But the bride's way of dealing with her grief around planning may just bring a tear to your eye.

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Diamond & Jack's retro glam "show-emony" and after-party wedding

This is one of those drool-worthy weddings full of talented people performing and creating grand food-scapes and amazing retro decor. So get your green eyes out for some delicious love-tinged envy. Don't miss the bride's amazing corset dress, the sweet father of the bride walk down the aisle, the groom's kilted hotness, and of course, his YO-YO PERFORMANCE!

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Janet & Phil's intimate tandem bike-themed wedding

Get ready for tandem bicycles, colored crinoline (with matching veil!), and the prettiest little backyard wedding we've seen in a while. It may be small, but it packs a punch in emotion. Don't miss their custom Cards Against Humanity deck, handmade flower bouquet, and major board game setup. These two are introverts, but it didn't stop them from sharing a lot of amazing non-spotlight time with those they love most. Learn from then, fellow introverts!

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Ash & Adam's DIY-everything colour frenzy party

If you're not hooting and hollering and holding up a yay flag for this colorful bonanza of a DIY wedding, then we are not doing our jobs. Come for the Red Wedding sangria and bridezilla card box… stay for the naked cake and "clown-vomit garland." Oh, and get this: there's a time-to-kiss gong, some quite literal "toasts," and a MACHETE involved!

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Angela & Ty's international seaside elopement

Relieve your wedding planning stress by basking in the easy-going glow of this Vancouver elopement. No mess, no stress (except for a teeny shoe snafu!), and this sweet elopement of two lovers from two countries will warm your hearts. Mint details, a seaside venue, a super helpful marriage commissioner — it's a story of long-distance that will make you root for these two.

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Courtney & Carli's DIYed rustic barn wedding

Nestled in a barn, a wedding took place with loads of DIY projects, two brides in black and white, bibliophile details, and a feisty, bubble-loving pooch. They self-catered, self-decorated, and put their hearts and souls into this gorgeous venue. And just wait until you read about their realistic-meets-earthy ring ceremony!

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Alicia & Jonah's nature-focused Native American wedding

Our ceremony was a traditional Ojibwa wedding, performed by an Ojibwa elder. Ojibwa is an eastern Canadian native American tribe which is Jonah's ancestry. Our wedding was held outdoors from ceremony to pictures to dinner to reception. The reception was held at night under a patch of trees. We danced on a grass dance floor.

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Julie & Brian's country farm wedding with horses

Horse dancing, cowboy boots, and decorated hay bales — this is one happening hoedown! After everything, this couple totally knows how to skillfully dismount a horse, battle the elements, and rock a horse mask like nobody else. Plus, there's totally a video of a horse dance during the ceremony. It's a must-see.