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Ladies in love: a blended family love story wedding in Iowa

This pair of gorgeous ladies overcame some substantial opposition from guests and vendors to come out the other side victorious. They crafted an elegant, playful, and stunning outdoor wedding in a chill Iowa day that celebrated their two families merging into a giant ball of awesome. Let's take a peek at their love story wedding…

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A frostbitten Canadian national park elopement (with bison!)

Bri and Dale had a whirlwind winter elopement at Riding Mountain National Park, followed by a reception a few months later. Manitoba in February isn't when most people would plan an outdoor wedding, but then they wouldn't get to have snow-covered bison as their special guests!

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Destination wedding goals: a gorgeous Norse cave wedding in Iceland

Sheena and Todd live in Seattle, but wanted to celebrate their Norse souls in the land of fire and ice by have a Norse cave wedding in Iceland. But they weren't choosing any old location… they surprised their guests with a ceremony in a 4600-year-old lava tube cave! Y'all know we love a cave wedding.

They had an honorary fire, a Norse celebrant, oath rings, a Viking horn, and the groom not only presented the bride with a sword as a gift but also read his vows from it.

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#ErinAndTimGetMeowied: a nerdy cat lady wedding

Our wedding had a loose theme of books, cats, and glitter. I really wanted my four cats to be at the wedding, but it wasn't possible, so I had to just let my cat lady status show in other ways.

I wore cat shoes and had a cat purse. We had our cats added to our cake topper, cat paw chocolate pops favors, and made sure to have cat ears at the photo booth. And, of course, used a cat lady wedding hashtag: #ErinAndTimGetMeowied.

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Class tables and butterbeer at this magical, SUPER detailed Harry Potter-themed wedding

I know I've said I've seen it all when it comes to Harry Potter-themed weddings, but this one REALLY kicks some ass when it comes to amazing and magical Harry Potter details. They had class tables for Charms, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Herbology, Care of Magical Creatures, Astronomy, History of Magic, Divination, and Quidditch, AND house tables. There were even floating candles in a room that was literally called "The Great Hall." Grab yourself a drink called "Alas, Earwax" and come see all the stunning details…