"Why do you feature non-black couples with dreadlocks?" The answer is complex…

"I'm honestly a little surprised to see you feature non-black people sporting dreadlocks for their wedding day. I won't go into why this is racist, but let there be no question that it's racist no matter the intent. I just wanted to express how jarring it was to see on such a progressive site." Here's our take on dreadlocks and cultural appropriation…

This intimate beach wedding in Seattle gives a whole new meaning to do-it-yourself

Self-catered, at-home, handmade dress, homemade food? Yep, this is one wedding that knows how to DIY. Rachel and Ari were set on having a very small and intimate beach ceremony in Seattle with only close friends and family (less than 20 total!). They used a local park's beach and their own apartment rooftop to save on venue costs and make everything personal. Plus, the beach provided perfect views of the mountains, the water, and the city. The best part? Rachel made and hand-dyed her own blue dress out of silk!

YODA SODA: This couple destroyed the Death Star at their Star Wars vow renewal!

Kerstin and Christian had a gorgeous vow renewal elopement-style in a railway underpass to reaffirm their marriage. For their actual wedding, the couple had to make many compromises, but this time it was all about them. Enter lightsabers, destroying the Death Star during the ceremony, and a toast with Yoda Soda.

Yep, it's a Star Wars vow renewal in Germany that tickles all our nerdy dreams of an industrial-style wedding. You've got to see it…