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Laces and leather: wedding corsets of our dizziest daydreams

One trend that has lasted for years on Offbeat Bride is the timeless, ever-flattering corset. It easily transitions from costume to steampunk to elegant and simple. We have so many amazing vendors with whom we work who create absolute works of art for our readers that it's hard to even keep track of them all. What better way to try than to round up the most recent and most awesome wedding corsets we've seen in years? Let's ogle the intricate details and fabulous waistlines created by these looks.

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BIFF! BAM! POW! A superhero and pop culture-infused scout camp wedding

This pair's love of movies, superheroes, video games, and pop culture influenced all their decisions in this superhero scout camp wedding. Don't even think about missing their sweet walk down the aisle, the bride's gorgeously retro blue dress that she made the NIGHT BEFORE the wedding, the wild groomsmen photos, and alllll of the superhero touches.

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This masquerade dragon wedding satisfies your inner khaleesi AND Disney princess

We're celebrating the release of Game of Thrones season six this week by featuring Andrew and Nicki's kick-ass masquerade dragon wedding. It was a combination of Disney, masquerade, renaissance, and fantasy and it made our geek-loving day. Don't miss the castle backdrop at the reception, the dragon cake, the bride's blue gown, and the groom's hobbit hole cake. Channel your inner khaleesi and Disney princess for this masquerade dragon wedding fabulousness.

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You HAVE to see the giant Stargate, light-up dress, and Minecraft cake at this video game-themed wedding

A light-up dress. A blinking tie clip. Centerpieces filled with D20 dice. Chicken and waffles on the menu. Kaylee’s parasol. A Minecraft cake so epic the guests didn’t realize it was cake. Mario and Luigi as ringbearers. Guests in costumes. A grand entrance through a giant Stargate. This geeky video game-themed wedding is an explosion of nerdy goodness.

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Two ladies finally celebrate 20 years with a garden wedding in Utah

The Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City was the garden backdrop to this "big gay wedding." They included their three children into all aspects of the day with movie soundtracks, a kids' table, glow sticks, and more. Other highlights included their gourmet grilled cheese bar, ice sculptures (with the couple as Minions!), a LEGO cake for the kids, a cake inspired by album cover art, and loads of succulents.