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Africa meets the U.S. at Caroline & Kaocen's interfaith bilingual three-part wedding

Get ready to be seriously wowed by this three-part San Diego-meets-Niger interfaith wedding. It was horribly sidelined by a tragedy in the family, but they rebounded beautifully to honor their loved ones, entertain everyone with an awesome first dance, and wear AMAZING wedding garb! Don't miss the many dress changes, lovely traditions, and massive love in this family.

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Eva & Jesus' Mexico wedding with bonus arcade fun

This pair had families keen on inviting everyone they knew, two ceremonies, a fantastic arcade photo shoot (with human-sized crane!), and a super cool getaway car decal. Don't miss the traditional elements like the arros and the lazo, about which the bride has some good techniques for saving money.

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Check out the special guest stars at Rachel & Steven's Disney and Up-themed wedding

Just wait until you see the Disney's Up-themed details in this super-close-to-Disney wedding. Sky + balloons cake, grape soda boutonnieres, an Adventure Book, and lots of Disney-related songs, decor, and accessories make this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. You'll also learn a pretty neat trick on having a Disney wedding without actually having to contract with Disney.

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Elise & David's Anglican garden wedding

A glorious garden, lanterns for the bridesmaids, a brooch bouquet, handmade jewelry, and a ton of sweet moments — don't miss this explosion of pretty. Oh, and pastel lovers will keel over from the ruffle-y cake, too. There's also some poignant advice for those who are planning a wedding and also dealing with a disability.

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Jen & Randy's handmade traditional family party wedding

This bride may have been thrown for a loop by her job change during the wedding planning, but it sure doesn't show in this lovely DIYed wedding in Delaware. Take a peek at their coffee filter flowers, bowling pin cake, and carved edibles. And don't miss what the bride's 92-year-old grandfather did during the cake cutting!

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Amanda & Mark's elegant, nature-loving, pagan and Christian wedding

If you're a traditional meets offbeat kinda couple, this wedding might be right up your alley. Sure, they included lots of traditional elements like a white dress, formal attire, and pretty flowers, but just wait until you get a load of the Marauder's Map programs, fire spinning entertainment, and zoo tram getaway car. Don't miss the most amazing Labyrinth meets science groom's cake ever!