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We're bowled over by this creative wedding in Seattle (with a hand-dyed dress!)

Dana and John's space-y and creative wedding had some seriously intricate and beautiful details. There were constellations at every table, a huge and ornate chuppah made of paper, and the highlight of our lives: Dana's hand-dyed wedding dress. We could go on, but hey, we've got the whole story from the bride! Let's take a peek at all the details plus lots of commentary from the couple…

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Tacos, oak trees, and chic-as-hell outfits made this Texas backyard wedding incredible

Steph and Shawna seriously know how to rock coordinated pants outfits like pros. They knew black was more them anyway. On a friend's property in a grove of oak trees, they had a laughter-filled ceremony including an amazing poem written by a friend. They collaborated with some friends and family to help design the centerpieces, floral arrangements, and cake to make the reception a work of their community. Let's party alongside these two ladies and their chic style…

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No shortage of loveliness at this Orcas Island wedding in Washington

Laura and Ben had a really incredible Orcas Island wedding in Washington that's going to give you green eyes for pretty things. Like what, you say? Try felled redwood decor, succulent studded centerpieces, homemade steampunk-inspired pies, a "Smokey Porter" homebrew, and air plants (even in Laura's hair!).

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Even wildfires couldn't ruin this redwoods wedding of two filmmakers (with the best "cake cutting" EVER!)

This wedding comes with an unbelievable backstory that involves having to move the entire wedding due to the largest California wildfires ever. But on top of that, there's the fact that this wedding is FILLED with amazingness all over: the most epic wedding invitation video, the funniest "cake cutting" you'll see, a T-Rex entrance, and some of the funniest wedding party photos. You've just got to see this one, folks…

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The groom painted the dress at this abstract art-inspired vow renewal

Magdalena and Preston had an abstract art-inspired vow renewal on a rooftop in the Arts District of downtown LA. The inspiration for all of the wedding design (the dress, floral arrangements, invitation suite, tablescapes, and cake) was based on one of Preston's abstract paintings. Our favorite part? Preston hand-painted Magdalena's tea-length dress, too!

Come see this rainy day turn sunny just in time for their lovely rooftop vow renewal…