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This subtle Link and Zelda wedding inspiration will teleport you to a fancy-pants Hyrule

An ethereal and sophisticated Link and Zelda wedding inspiration shoot? Oh hell yes, sign.us.up. It's always amazing when geeks go super chic. Everything from the leafy paper goods, wooden ocarina, "It's Dangerous to Go Alone. Take This" seating chart, Triforce symbol escort cards, and greens and stone colors everywhere, evoked the Legend of Zelda. Even the rings are Triforce-inspired. Oh, and don't miss the chairs! On the groom's chair is a sign that reads, "My Hero" with inscribed notes to the "Song of Time" and on the bride's, "My Princess" with notes to "Zelda's Lullaby."

Ethereal and fun wedding invitations for every wedding vibe

I've been in love with Minted's wedding invitation designs for years. You can find almost anything to match your wedding theme. But what if your wedding theme is more etherial, like "colorful and fun." They have that too!

In fact, I'm using a bunch of these designs myself! Check out some of my favorite fun wedding invitations from Minted, and then keep scrolling to see a couple of my own personalized wedding purchases…

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Rainy redwoods and tons of DIY at this Wes Anderson-themed wedding

The first thing to know about this wedding is that it rained. Not just any rain. It poured. And of course, it was an outdoor wedding in a redwood grove only accessible by an antique steam train. So there was no Plan B. But thankfully for us, everyone put on their galoshes and headed out to get Karen and Austin married.

But just wait, there's more. The reception was Wes Anderson-themed!

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An intimate and majestic Middle-earth elopement in New Zealand (with a rainbow!)

Kyle is an extrovert and wanted a large wedding in our hometown with all of our family and friends. I wanted a small elopement on top of a mountain in New Zealand where they filmed The Lord of the Rings. I wanted to feel like I was journeying across Middle-earth with the one I love. I wanted our wedding to be an adventure.

We decided to do both! Here's our magical Middle-earth elopement…

A macrame wedding backdrop is the BEST way to reuse wedding decor

Macrame wall hangings are the hottest shit in home decor right now and you can harness their boho-meets-'70s vibe for your wedding, too. After the ceremony, hang it up behind your sweetheart table. Then wrap it up and hang it on your wall at home. No wasted money AND a new killer wall hanging!

I skulked around looking for some of my favorites in a macrame wedding backdrop and found some doozies. Ready your mouse clicking trigger finger to snag one of these bad boys…