The most fun ever? This skateboarding wedding in Leeds is definitely a finalist

Sophie and Jem had a skateboarding wedding in Leeds that looked like serious fun. The skate community is a big part of their lives, so part of the wedding ended up at the skate park. Then it was all about the DIY details including paper bouquets made by one of the bridesmaids, personalized carnival games, and loads of handmade decorations.

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This dark avant garde wedding has the black wedding dress of your dreams

This secular wedding was a mix of all things dark and gorgeous: a gothic cemetery, a bar venue with amazing food and surprisingly affordable cocktails, and fabulous dark outfits including a Wedding Dress Fantasy gown of our goth-loving dreams. Pair it with the bride's perfectly red hair and the groom's killer ink, and this avant garde wedding slays us.

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Sea queen meets literary nerd wedding (with the founding of a new land!)

This pair's mash-up name totally sounded like a fake European country, so they ran with it and created a whole fanfic-style backstory and theme! Add that to the sea queen look, the together-but-independent ceremony (with apt, science-y unity ceremony!), and amazing game-themed reception, and this literary nerd wedding has won us over…

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We're bowled over by this creative wedding in Seattle (with a hand-dyed dress!)

Dana and John's space-y and creative wedding had some seriously intricate and beautiful details. There were constellations at every table, a huge and ornate chuppah made of paper, and the highlight of our lives: Dana's hand-dyed wedding dress. We could go on, but hey, we've got the whole story from the bride! Let's take a peek at all the details plus lots of commentary from the couple…