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A campy retro Vegas elopement with Elvis and "The American Dream"

If there was ever a testament to taking your own elopement photos, it's this super fun campy retro Vegas elopement. They turned their Vegas wedding into a mini vacation with shows, tourist traps, and so many amazing candid shots. They look like they had the best time and we get to go along for the ride. Let's peek at this killer Vegas elopement…

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Balloons and make-outs at this carnival pop-up wedding

This pop-up wedding at Santa Monica Pier in California was very public, ultra gorgeous, and super colorful. The carnival backdrop is making our day and we're giddy with the whole thing. The wedding planner, Korinna from Le Festin Events, kept telling passers-by that these two cuties were big celebrities, causing a ton of awesome attention and rubber-necking. Who's going to know that they're not? And you know what, they are celebs to us. Let's see the famous pair in action at their pop-up wedding…

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This rockabilly-themed wedding is retro fabulous

This pair's kick-ass rockabilly-themed wedding had bold colors, fun style, and an all-around good time. They had a tattoo table with temporary tattoos, a personalized cornhole game, caricaturist, photo booth, popcorn, cupcakes, DIYed ribbon wands, and a guitar guest book. And just wait until you see the bridesmaid's retro floral dresses and persimmon shoes. LOVE!

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This intimate, handmade Ocracoke Island wedding wins the internet today

This Ocracoke Island wedding takes full advantage of the oasis-like environment of the island off the coast of North Carolina. They rented a beautiful house on the sound, and wed in the backyard among their family, friends, and lots of driftwood. Erin's wedding dress was a work of art in itself, sewed and dyed by hand. We are SERIOUSLY entraced by this Ocracoke Island wedding.

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Ring Pops, donuts, and ladies in love at this Voodoo Donuts wedding

Natya and Kris had a small but kick-ass ceremony at the famous Voodoo Donuts in Portland, OR. There were, as always, about 20 people in line at the store and many more outside along the sidewalk. This meant that there were tons of onlookers, many of whom only just realized there was a tiny wedding happening.
There were gorgeous photos out by the waterfront, a sweet (literally and figuratively!) donut-filled ceremony with Ring Pop rings, and a gorgeous pair of ladies in love. Let's take a peek at this Voodoo Donuts wedding…