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Cotton candy, smoke bombs, and LED outfits shine at this wonderfully weird Austin wedding

Can you even handle LED outfits, costumed guests, Voodoo Doughnuts, a multicolored reception dress, jackalope riding, a 50 beer flight reception, and a Pac-Man suit? If you dare, take a look at this awesomely weird Austin wedding.

Oh, and they had the most wild "lessons learned" EVER. It involved cotton candy, Golden Corral, murals, smoke bombs, and the word "cock." Yep, seriously. And it's actually super helpful. You HAVE to see this… and read to the end.

You'll fall for this multicultural midweek wedding with dinosaurs and pom-poms

Annie and Jose had a multicultural midweek wedding under towering redwood trees. They gorgeously combined their two cultures (Jose is from Spain and Annie is from Japan) with ceremonies and details from each. They also used their communities to make the wedding a labor of love with DIY flower arrangements, makeup and hairstyles, and lots of decor elements. Don't miss their guest book art project and golden dinosaurs, too!

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We're heart eyes over this fetching San Francisco wedding in Golden Gate Park

The morning of Jake and Mandi's San Francisco wedding, everyone got ready at the Harbor Court Hotel, a waterfront hotel in the Embarcadero area of San Francisco. After their first look, the wedding party hopped on a classic San Francisco trolley to go to their ceremony in Golden Gate Park.

Don't miss the super sweet baby's breath flower crown, the paper-meets-real flower bouquet (with family pictures attached!), the family heirloom watch worn by Mandi from Jake's family, and some subtle Harry Potter detail magic.

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Spy the multicolored braid at this beachfront wedding on the Oregon Coast

Jessie and Michael had an beachfront wedding overlooking the Pacific and Three Arch Rocks in Oceanside, Oregon on an overcast afternoon in July. Using a small community center with an adjacent lawn and patio for the reception, the pair wanted an intimate, low-key wedding and totally succeeded. Do not miss the Hemlock planting and Jessie's amazing multicolored braid!