These mohawked rockabilly wedding ladies took a DIYed wedding by storm… literally

Stacie and Crystal were married in Oklahoma, but had their public rockabilly wedding ceremony and reception at a friend's home in Wichita Falls, TX. Their families and friends had a hand in everything — from officiating, to music, to venue, to cakes, to food, to decorating, it was a homemade-with-love affair. At the end, it was all toasts and cake and smooching… then tornado sirens from all of the bad weather they'd been having. Hey, it probably means good luck, right? Let's get a load of this mohawked, fabulously coiffed, and stylish pair.


From Love Exile to legal wedded bliss: get your hankies out for this wedding

After meeting fatefully at a nightclub in D.C., Tamara proposed to Leriche every single day. Tamara had to became a Love Exile in South Africa to allow Leriche to join her as a legal immigrant since the U.S. didn't allow LGBT sponsorship for partners. They were legally married in South Africa, but their dream of having a ceremony at home finally came true when Virginia passed legislation to legalize same-sex marriage. Come see their joyful story.


A custom white wedding suit and tutu-inspired reception dress at this glam meets rustic wedding

Elizabeth and Colleen's glam meets rustic wedding at the Holliston Historical Society in Massachusetts was a testament to amazing DIY projects and the super chic dress + white suit combination. Elizabeth created all the decor from scratch, all the way from the centerpieces to custom designing Colleen's suit. She made the table numbers from a broken fence in her backyard and hand-picked the flowers for the bouquets. Don't miss the black detailing on the back of the wedding party's dresses and the short tulle reception dress, too!


You'll fall so hard for Nicole & Asher's free expression, red dress, totally non-conforming wedding

The theme to this wedding was "freedom of expression." These two had to overcome many obstacles from society in regards to orientations, identities, and professions. Freedom to express themselves was the top priority. You'll definitely want to see the red dress, awesomely dapper suit, 1000 cranes at the BBQ reception, and super personalized and intimate touches everywhere.