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A fairylit wedding in the woods (with flower kitty and folk dancing)

"It was a woodsy, naturalistic fall-themed wedding with twinkling lights all around. The magpie aesthetic showcased the uniqueness of found items, like an old chandelier hanging from a tree, a tiny bicycle covered with ivy, a table made from an old tree stump. The setup followed the natural curvature of the forest, which led to an asymmetrical seating pattern and the bridal party coming in from the side." Just from that you can tell this wedding is going to be SOMETHING. Get ready to be wowed by the beauty of this fairylit wedding in the woods…

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Be swept away by this woodland backyard Kentucky wedding

Jordynn and Cole's wedding day was nestled in the beautiful hills of Kentucky, in a backyard which belongs to the bride's family. Vintage windows framed a cleared out portion of the woods, while chairs and church pews lined the rows leading up to a handmade cross altar. Family photos could be seen nailed to the trunks of trees, wildflowers were strategically hidden throughout the area, and the aisle consisted of rugs varying in size, shape, and color. It was truly a magical setting.

Let's peek at this woodland backyard Kentucky wedding…

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Have tea at this vintage-inspired wedding with the "dress-cued" vintage dress of our dreams

When a vintage fashion blogger, Frances, married her sweet husband, Doug, we couldn't stop ogling their fashion, tender looks, and amazing venue. They're both choir singers and had a Catholic ceremony followed by a relaxed brunch reception at the historic Community House of Hamilton, MA, which included tea and games.

Prepare yourself to witness the $50 vintage dress Frances was able to "dress-cue" into this current amazingness. Those sleeves, that collar, her hairstyle! And Doug's tie matches it all perfectly. We have so much love for this vintage-inspired wedding in Massachusetts.

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A queer femme/transfeminine interfaith feminist celeGAYtion

It was important to both of us to represent both of our faith traditions, and to incorporate our vibrant, polyamorous, queer, trans communities as much as possible. My partner is a bearded, genderqueer, transfeminine person, and it was really important to us to be visible and proud about our relationship because so many people think that people like us can't (or don't deserve) to find love and happiness. Caleb rocked a gorgeous wine-colored wedding dress, while I went with a more traditional white gown, and we did our damndest to show the world that love like this will not be hidden.