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An intimate Derby Day wedding (with handmade rings!)

Jennifer and Robert wanted a small ceremony at a favorite spot followed by a small fete with family. It was personal, intimate, and perfectly charming. Plus, we've got the story on how they chose their venue and how they MADE their rings! Here's what Jennifer told us…

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Homebodies unite: some of our favorite at home weddings EVER

Simone and Andrew's at home wedding was practically a how-to in at-home awesomeness. They made total use of foliage, extra seating, fairy lights, and a portable dance floor (oh, and a flower grandma!) to make their home seem like wedding venue magic. You can do it, too! It may not be the right choice for everyone, but at home weddings can be just as glorious as any other kind and we've got the proof.

Let's walk down memory lane to see some of our very favorite weddings at home…

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Two professors rock an at-home stunning DIY wedding (with a vintage dress!)

Rachel and Ali are both Political Science professors at Princeton University. Their stunning DIY wedding was held at their home with lush foliage, pops of red, and a killer vintage floral gown from a flea market in New York City. They took some photos at Princeton and danced all night under a tent with rain all day. Just wait until you see this dress…

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A New York farm-to-table wedding at the couple's own farm

Zan and Dave built a barn for the reception(!), cleared land for their Quaker Silent Meeting ceremony, and raised chickens to be served for a true farm-to-table wedding. It was truly a rural wonderland of animals, dancing, fairy lights, and a kick-ass undercut on the bride. It's a must-see…

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Jeweled peacocks and gourmet donuts at this Portland meets India wedding

Following a month-long trip and a traditional wedding in India, Jess and Chintan returned home to Portland, Oregon for a low key, small, and simple wedding with friends that took place on April Fool's Day. The day began with a civil ceremony at Multnomah County Courthouse where the judge was gifted with a custom cake by Dream Cakes. Jessica rocked a custom-made gown, gold Loubotins, and gold sequin Converse for the reception.

After taking a romantic pedicab tour around the city, they returned home to their newly built house with their friends and family for treats from Voodoo Donuts and Poplandia popcorn following a dinner of sweet and savory grilled sandwiches from local food trucks, PBJ’s Grilled and Koi Fusion. It was delicious, gorgeous, and a total fusion of their favorite things.