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A summer solstice glamping elopement in the redwoods

Amanda and Josh moved across the country to the Seattle area from the East Coast, and made a point to explore the forests and scenery. They wanted to include nature by having a "glamping" elopement in the redwoods with a long day spent in each other's company before exchanging personal vows. And to make that day as long as possible, they got married on the longest day of the year: the summer solstice!

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8 reasons spring wedding details make us swoon hardcore

For some of us it's unseasonably warm and it's giving us ALL the spring wedding feels. We want to start relishing outdoor weddings, floral prints, pastels, misty rainstorms, and lush spring greenery. Let's take a walk through upcoming warmer days with spring wedding details to knock our collective socks off…

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Don't miss the gilded gold tutu dress at this forest festival wedding

Anna and Zack celebrated their wedding with camping, costumes, fairy wings, and surrounded by nature and their loved ones. They dubbed it a "Union Festival" and invited their guests to join them for a full weekend of camping and dancing. Anna's short gold dress shined like she was a warrior princess. Are you ready for this forest festival wedding?

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You will FALL for this autumn wedding with a Nordic ceremony, ax-throwing, and camping

Jessie and Adam's fall wedding had lots of traditions and symbolism in the Nordic ceremony. The pair and their wedding party carried logs with rune symbols which were burned ceremonially. Burning incense and herbs were sprinkled around the perimeter ceremony site. Adam even hand-built the GORGEOUS ceremony arch structure which had carved Nordic dragons. The night ended with celebrating, ax-throwing, and camping, and we can't get enough. Just wait until you see the bride's surprise colored dress underlay, the pumpkin details, and the sheet music and burlap non-floral bouquet.