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Jess & Martyn's inclusive budget-friendly wedding

This pair wanted LEGO details, a cow cake, an amazing green dress, and a VW van that may or may not make it to its destination, and nobody was getting in the way of those awesome plans. There may have been some hesitation from the peanut gallery, but once everyone saw the results, it was hard to argue that a good time was in store. OH, and the bride's bow and veil headpiece might just have made it to the top of my favorites list.

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Chantal & Stefan's rocking South African wedding

Giving us two freshly-inked thumbs up, this couple's bright blue wedding is all happy. Seriously, folks, the photo of the couple holding hands with the bride's beautiful grandmothers is absolutely adorable. Inspired by other Offbeat Brides, the bouquet is a work of art, the favours are a sweet treat, and the seating chart is a diplomatic success. Click on for more!

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Andrea & Jim's nautical literary adventure wedding

These two continued their love affair with sailing together by getting married on their sailboat, then taking their honeymoon on board around the world. Their small wedding all fit on board for the ceremony before walking down the pier to the reception, but you'll swoon when you see where their unofficial first dance took place.

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Beatrijs & Danny's colourful industrial wedding

This couple's beautiful celebration is full of contrasting elements and bright details, from the groom's neon green shoes to the bride's bright blue fingernails. Among all the tough stuff and inclusive measures like making sure there was plenty of seating inside and out, you've also got to love how they were able to include the bride's father, recuperating in the hospital, via iPhone presence and Skype.

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Megan & Alex's baby-postponed DIY hitching of two gamers

So you're planning a wedding, you're all set, and then a bundle of joy interrupts? Turned out just fine for this happy family. The postponement and reboot of this small wedding in the mountains gave them time to fold all the origami and prepare all the food for their intimate family-only gathering, with their princess along to play baby-bouquet.