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A barefoot travel-themed summer camp wedding (with breakfast buffet!)

Caitlinn and Luke were married atop a huge rock in a beautiful, sunny clearing. The day proceeded with happy tears and bare feet. They incorporated their love of travel (especially to Africa) in their decor and theme. Instead of giving away something small as favors, they had glass jars with Beta fish in them next to three different charitable organization's write-ups. The guests could take a pebble and pick which organization they wished receive a donation in their names.

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Be enthralled by this family focused wedding with a stunning mohawk

Terri and Vince met and dated when they were younger, and then went their separate ways, only to meet up after several years and fall in love again. This was a second marriage for both Terri and Vince, and they made it a family focused celebration by incorporating their children into all aspects of the day. You'll definitely want to catch Terri's killer mohawk and earrings, their flower seed favors, gorgeous ruffle cake, and tearful ceremony.

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Gold, glamour, and top hats at this stunning New Year's eve wedding

Samantha and Nolan seriously know how to throw a New Year's wedding to end all parties. Yep, this includes sequins, mismatched gold bridesmaids, tops hats, confetti, and kisses at midnight. It took place at The Chicory in New Orleans and between the clock decor (to count down to midnight!), the fur stoles, the FAB Monique Lhuillier gown, and the towering cake, this was one traditional-gone-wild New Year's wedding.

Are you prepared to witness this glittery explosion of style?

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Class tables and butterbeer at this magical, SUPER detailed Harry Potter-themed wedding

I know I've said I've seen it all when it comes to Harry Potter-themed weddings, but this one REALLY kicks some ass when it comes to amazing and magical Harry Potter details. They had class tables for Charms, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Herbology, Care of Magical Creatures, Astronomy, History of Magic, Divination, and Quidditch, AND house tables. There were even floating candles in a room that was literally called "The Great Hall." Grab yourself a drink called "Alas, Earwax" and come see all the stunning details…