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Marlene & Pete's DIY vegan wedding in a factory

Vegan fare (barbecued seitan!), an awesome revamped factory venue, and the cutest vintage-inspired couple — they've won me over. Add in tons of dancing, some air guitar champions, and kick-ass karaoke, and you've got major fun on hand.

9.4k

Jen & Henry's Old Hollywood-inspired with a touch of Assyrian wedding

The groom comes from a big wedding-loving Assyrian family, the bride wants to elope discreetly. Sometimes an Old Hollywood vibe is the draw that brings a reluctant bride around. Have some classic movie place cards, lots of feathers, some glowing and happy parents, and Old Hollywood glamour and everyone will go home happy. Plus they had some really sweet audience involvement during the ceremony.

7.4k

Dina & Travis' Bruce Campbell-loving '90s mohawked wedding

Bruce Campbell movie poster centerpieces, a fabulously retro laser photo backdrop, '90s alternative rock, and the groom's epic four-inch mohawk (and accompanying MOHAWK WIGS) — these people know how to do '90s retro right! Add in their Azkaban place cards, Time Warp dance, and dad's serenade, and I'm hooked. You will be too.

22k

Sarah & Rhett's 1930s Art Deco winter wedding

1939 was the backdrop for this romantic wedding with a Quaker ceremony. With tons of flowers, immaculate decor, and a fabulous venue, it is easy to see the love that went into the planning. Plus, the reception had era-appropriate cocktails that seemed to make people ready to party — even the bride's mom. This era-inspired theme week is rocking my world!

15k

Shannon & Fran's 1920s era vegan-friendly potluck wedding

A 1920s-inspired wedding… but not in Gatsby style? Hell yes. This couple embraces their more humble beginnings with an intimate and laid-back celebration like their grandparents might have had. This included some vegan-friendly pot luck, old timey penny candy, vintage-style dresses and pocket watches, and super chic lavender and wheat bouquets.

8.3k

Leanna & Matt's Poe-inspired New York wedding

A librarian weds a book seller with Edgar Allan Poe details and a post-reception jaunt to a comic book store in Times Square? That's some major book nerdity for this week's Bookish weddings theme. This destination New York City wedding may have had everyone running late, but the scenery and city lights made it all worthwhile.

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Lisa & Dan's gamer geeks in love wedding

Gamers, designers, and chefs to the core, these two knew what they each could contribute to their homage to geekery and capitalized on it for excellent DIY. Combining very rational vows with funny vows was the key to making sure their guests knew just who they are and what they mean to each other. So take a peek at this gamer wedding with some really good advice on using online vendors!