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A blue-haired bride and bearded bassist let us bask in their darkly elegant wedding

Laura and Chris rocked their elegant meets goth wedding at Highbury Hall in Birmingham, UK. Laura's fabulous grey-blue hair had us all in from the start. Their venue had a slightly haunted feel to it, so it was perfect for their goth-inspired nuptials. They included fall colors, shoes with squirrels on the soles, and a playlist filled with The Cure, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Stevie Nicks.

Let's see the whole darkly elegant wedding…

Elopement goals: An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

Diana and Manuel took a gondola tour of the Grand Canal in Venice at their lovely Italian elopement. They made stops at the piazza for photos and, of course, their intimate sunset ceremony alongside the canal, serenaded by a soprano. Passersby couldn't stop starign (as you'll see!) as the pair strolled around in their formal wear and matching blue orchids for the bouquet and boutonniere. It's an elopement dream. Plus, Italy is never a bad idea! Let's take a peek at this elopement in Venice…

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A bicycle elopement in Scotland on the Isle Of Skye

John and Melanie flew from Canada to marry with an Inner Hebrides backdrop on the Isle of Skye. It was the fantasy of any Scotland lover, myself included. Both John and Melanie love cycling and have spent much time in the Canadian Arctic riding their bikes. This mutual love was incorporated into the theme in Melanie's bicycle-shaped earrings, her bicycle tattoo, and the bikes they used to cycle into the ceremony! During their handfasting, they were linked together by a bicycle inner tube.

Are you ready to experience this visual spectacle of a bicycle elopement in Scotland? Let's do it…

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Destination wedding goals: a gorgeous Norse cave wedding in Iceland

Sheena and Todd live in Seattle, but wanted to celebrate their Norse souls in the land of fire and ice by have a Norse cave wedding in Iceland. But they weren't choosing any old location… they surprised their guests with a ceremony in a 4600-year-old lava tube cave! Y'all know we love a cave wedding.

They had an honorary fire, a Norse celebrant, oath rings, a Viking horn, and the groom not only presented the bride with a sword as a gift but also read his vows from it.