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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!

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Have a bite of "first funnel cake" at this North Carolina state fair wedding

"By piggy backing on another event, we got food, entertainment, lighting, and endless photo ops, without having to do all the work." OMG best way to throw a huge party ever! This North Carolina state fair wedding had everything you'd want: funnel cake, rides (like The Zipper!), and the most gorgeous light blue dress and white stole. Don't miss all the food on sticks, you guys!

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We're getting a sweet tooth from this magical pink and aqua pastel wedding dress

When you've seen the pastel wedding dress of your dreams, you've gotta share it. This aqua and pink pastel tulle confection is so ready to be worn down ANY aisle: a forest trail, a huge cathedral, a tiny backyard, in your bedroom watching TV. It's so gorgeous, it'll make any venue more whimsical. It's like a magical color cloud come to life and needs to be ON MAH BODY.

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Ships ahoy at a Caribbean pirate wedding on Halloween

Erin and Stephen had a Caribbean pirate wedding on Limetree Beach that we can't get enough of. What's a pirate wedding without some multicolored mermaid hair anyway, right? Plus, it was on Halloween and we're rolling around like happy dogs knee-deep in spooky-themed weddings right now. Their guest dressed as pirates and the officiant even used pirate-speak. Are you ready for this pirate Halloween wedding? Everyone say "YAAAARRR!"