Avengers assemble for a comic books meet Doctor Who wedding with a "reveal cake"

Aja and Brian's comic books meet Doctor Who wedding was an awesome blend of elegance and geekiness. With the backdrop of The Atrium at the Curtis Center in Philly and the TARDIS and superhero details, it fit this fab and geeky pair perfectly.

You'll dig the card box that Brian and his dad built to look like the TARDIS and comic book character USB favors. Oh, and don't miss their surprise "reveal cake" that was all business in the front and party in the back.

Art meets science at a wonderfully weird New York gallery wedding

Lauren and Kyle are two wonderfully weird creatures from outer space who are super in love with each other (also Earth-bound visual artists and programmers whose art mixes light work, electronics and sound, while exploring human's interactions). Lauren's "Conversacube" (a device she created that offers random words to ease strangers into a conversation) were installed on every table at the reception, and Kyle's magnificent light installation lit the whole room all night.

It's all fun and games until an epic cueca starts (learn what it is!)

"The couple that plays together stays together" was the motto of Drea and Steve’s wedding. This was evident from start: the wedding invitation that was delivered in a cornhole bag! Drea is Chilean and took the first dance seriously. They performed a cueca, a traditional choreographed dance from Chile that mimics a couple’s courting with handkerchiefs.

An Italian New York wedding with a Central Park ceremony

Ilian and Laura are Italian and wanted to celebrate their wedding day in their favorite city in the world, New York City. Their Central Park ceremony was followed by a jaunt around the city to some of their favorite New York haunts. Don't miss their two stunning gowns (and chiffon cape!) and sweet Times Square stolen kisses.

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Bubble guns and ribbon wands: a colorful playful wedding that will tickle your inner child

Colleen and David rocked so many killer ideas for their colorful playful wedding that we can barely fit it all in telling you about it. You'll scroll through these photos writing down everything you see. First, the colors: tangerines, raspberries, corals with accent of aquas. It was definitely a playful vibe over super romantic and sacred.

Second, the decor: water tower table numbers from brown craft kits. Adorable. They held a crafting contest for best centerpiece decoration during dinner and had a table full of markers, googly eyes, and more. Don't miss the handmade signs, 160 ribbon wands, and bubble guns. This one is a winner on all fronts, but especially for FUN. Let's see it…