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Say aww! So much adorbs at this Los Angeles wedding with spice jar cake toppers and a flowery dog of honor

Patty and Ryan said their I do's this past October in Los Angeles, and I'm telling you, the elegant cuteness abounds. First of all, the world needs more dogs-of-honor in flower wreaths, I'm just positive. Then there's the miniature tiki hut for cards and well wishes. And how can you forget the spice jars? The couple used spice jars as cake toppers — his last name is McCormick, and the couple selected an Asian spice as a nod to Patty's heritage.

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Gabriela & Jeff's laid-back colorful vegan fiesta

Get this Mexican-influenced wedding in Portland: lotería matchbooks, mini piñatas ("wandering asses!"), custom papel picado, colorful decor everywhere, a caffeinated six-year-old, and a couple obviously super duper in love. Don't miss their ultra-sweet, handwritten vows, too.

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Karen & Michelle's "love, joy, and happiness" blue celebration of love

Blue details, a blue dress, a blue vest, and touches of red… this multi-hued wedding is something fabulous to look at, but also something that may get your tear ducts going. This pair shines in every shot. Their April wedding may not have been a legal ceremony, but a little miracle happened and well, you'll just have to see how it all went down after that.

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Grab your childhood teddy bear for this surprise-filled, Korean-influenced, New York wedding

It's almost as if Jumi and Jimbo competed to see who could spring the most awesome, love-filled surprises on each other during their three-day wedding weekend last July. It started with Jumi flying both of Jimbo's sisters across the country using her own airline miles. They wouldn't have been able to make it otherwise! Awwww — score for Jumi's first super-cool surprise!

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Ansley & Derrick's love-packed dance party wedding

Spray-painted animal and wine bottle centerpieces, paper flowers and baby's breath, cupcakes, and everything gold — this wedding makes budget looks gilded. Plus, you'll be getting sappy looking at this sweet pair make goo-goo eyes at each other in almost every shot… well, except those where they're busting a move on the dance floor.

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Krys & Kayla's fairy tale castle wedding

When the bride told her groom that she had always wanted a fairy tale-style wedding in a castle, this groom didn't hesitate to do everything in his power to make it happen. And happen it did. Get ready for a fabulous castle venue, super helpful family (and hairstyling clients!), and a yummy list of food to round out this gorgeous day.

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Ruby & James' laid-back door games and tea ceremony Chinese wedding

This pair of Chinese Aussies were not ready to take on a whole bunch of Chinese traditions for their wedding, but they did inject a little tradition in the form of some quick door games and an informal tea ceremony. Take a peek at how they combined their bookish, fabric flower-loving, and independent ideals into this sweet lil' wedding. Oh, and wait until you see how the bride protected her dress en route to the venue!