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Valentina & Daniel's trilingual Italy and Belgium celebration of love and pasta

Let's take a journey over to both Italy and Belgium for a two-part ceremony with three languages, two countries, and one sweet couple who bucked many Italian traditions. You won't find a long dress, a long religious ceremony, or any Jordan almonds around these parts. Don't miss the epic scenery, the neat way they utilized the many languages, and the hilarious '80s-meets-Dirty Dancing surprise tribute.

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April & Dennis' glam '70s festival meets London street food wedding

From the "cheese" cake to the cork board Polaroid guest book, this chic London wedding just exudes style. Originally from New Zealand and America, these two are now living it up in London and taking advantage of all the craft beer, Prosecco, gorgeous venues, and good times the city has to offer. Let's explore their 1970s-inspired, multi-colored dress wearing, seafoam green leisure suit sporting wedding.

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Karen & Pete's Spanish countryside handfasting wedding

We love when a wedding just looks like a rocking party. And this style of inviting yourself to party with the couple for a week totally works in my book! Get ready for a casual pool party in a countryside location in the heat of a Spanish summer with the whole family. Don't miss the music switcheroo for the impromptu first dance. Hint: European football fans may get the joke!

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Aimee & Jon's garden tea party pagan wedding

This week we're celebrating woodsy, outdoor weddings before it gets too cold. Today we've got a UK wedding focused on keeping things eco-friendly, educational for non-pagans, and full of music. With a handmade corset dress, a ceremony in the round, and a forest setting, this pair totally knows how to do fun, frolic, and rock 'n' roll out in the wilderness.

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Jen & Rod's papercraft-y city gamer wedding

These UK gamers certainly know how to put effort into their decor — you might lose your shit over their amazing papercraft centerpieces based on game developers. But it's the little touches that made us grin: the Calvin & Hobbes vows, the kitty collar moment, the serenade-turned-glass crash moment(!), and of course, the big love for their friends and family. This is a geektastic-meets-metal winner, you guys.

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Ruby & James' laid-back door games and tea ceremony Chinese wedding

This pair of Chinese Aussies were not ready to take on a whole bunch of Chinese traditions for their wedding, but they did inject a little tradition in the form of some quick door games and an informal tea ceremony. Take a peek at how they combined their bookish, fabric flower-loving, and independent ideals into this sweet lil' wedding. Oh, and wait until you see how the bride protected her dress en route to the venue!

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Caroline & Dave's sunrise beach wedding

This week we're celebrating the tea-length, the mini, the cocktail, and the midi — that's right, it's short dress week! Today we've got a couple who opted for an early-morning sunrise ceremony, with all of the challenges and gorgeous scenery that entails. You'll definitely want to hear how they handled the venue and vendors for this particular challenge.

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Fern & Joe's intimate, secret Cornwall elopement

Boho Cornwall, a sweet couple, and their baby girl — what a way to elope in this UK wedding. The scenery alone with have your heart palpitating with joy. Add in the organic and wild bouquets, TONS of glowing candles, and the tiny flower girl walking mom down the aisle and you'll be racing to Google "Boho Cornwall elopement" just like these two did!

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Lisa & Waide's South African farm wedding

We are loving the vintage-inspired DIY details, burlap decor and fabric flowers, and lovely farm venue at this South African wedding. But when you see the bride's multi-layered, multicolored dress, you'll feel right tingly in all the right ways. Add in some mini dinosaurs, fire dancing, and a really gorgeous grey cake, and you'll be on board just like us.

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Juliane & Sam's pole dancing and cult films wedding

Where do we even begin with this UK wedding? The rainbow origami flowers? The Lumpy Space Princess card box and Adventure Time cake? The cult film-themed tables? The POLE DANCING at the reception?! Either way, if you don't find something swoon-worthy in here, I'll eat my hat. Explore this film-meets-dancing-meets-ice-cream wedding.