Steph & Mark's 1950s rockabilly wedding

We love us some rockabilly chic, and this wedding has got the goods. Classic cars, victory rolls, a tattoo-inspired cake, and a handmade black retro dress. Add in the wise-cracking brother who walked the bride down the aisle and some sweet family memorial photos, and you've got the recipe for a family-focused good time.


Edwina & Matthew's Jane Austen meets pop-culture wedding

The bride's custom Regency era-style gown was enough to get me digging this wedding, but it's also got a cake with LoTR and Green Lantern details, geeky place card quotes, a Ghostbusters and Wagner processional, and a no-joke killer gorgeous venue. They may have encountered some geek-wary resistance at first, but who wouldn't be won over by this Jane Austen-meets- geek wedding?


A small town, small chapel, huge love South African wedding

Conny and Felix are Germans living in Sydney, Australia who love Cape Town, South Africa. Got it so far? Conny's mother lives in the nearby small town of McGregor and hosted this gorgeous party for the pair after their official ceremony in Germany. And boy, was the scenery alone worth the travel! Watercolor-faded mountain lines in the horizon, a sweet little chapel underneath a canopy of trees, and ocean blue stained glass… paradise!


Charlie & Quinten's barefoot faux-forest indoor picnic wedding

Tons of handmade pillows, hay bales, leaves, and picnic blankets — it must be an outdoor wedding, right? Nope! But it may as well be. Due to some wet weather, these two brought the outdoors in for a green and brown faux-forest wedding. Even the flower girl and ring bearer got in on the theme action. Chalk up some bare feet, some lovely poetry, and a big ol' party, and you're ready for forest-y fun indoors.


Tatica & Richzendy's Venezuelan gamer wedding

Ooh, our first wedding featured in Venezuela! And it couldn't be more awesome. The scenery is too die for (despite being the coldest part of the country), the hair and fashion is kick-ass, and the lightsaber cake-cutting is hilarious. It all took place where the Yavin 4 location was filmed for Star Wars IV. As it says, "Great events happened here on Yavin 4." Oh, and just wait until you hear what the priest kept doing at the ceremony!