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Feast your eyes on ALL THE CARNIVAL THINGS at this circus themed wedding

Stephanie and Gregg opted for a small, outdoor ceremony with just a few members of family and friends in Ohio… and ended up with one hell of a circus themed wedding! I have tried to show you all the awesomeness, but you'll have to scroll through the photos yourself — I mean, there are the aerial dancers and the juggler; there's fire eating; you've got a caricature artist in that corner, and a fortune teller over there; a frickin popcorn bar, which I don't think I've ever seen before; and of course, food and cupcake trucks because so. perfectly. circus-y.

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Fab colorful decor and a dapper pup at Kelsey & Elias' wedding

We are giving mad emoji hearts to this wedding FULL of amazing DIYed decor including felted streamers, mismatched chairs, a gorgeous flowing flower garland, and tons of hand-sewn items. Our favorite hand-sewn item included the pillows that the wedding party sat on during the ceremony. Don't miss the cute and dapper puppy ring bearer, too.

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Skulls and pugs and top hats oh my at Julia & Max's wedding

Candy skulls, skulls on ties, skulls on ties on pugs… this wedding has a bit of goth in it, a bit of hilarity, and a bit of "oh yes please." Do not miss the bride's amazing black and white dress, fabulous top hat, and super realistic bone-heeled shoes. There's also one spoiled little pug who totally knows how to rock his skull tie. You don't want to miss it.

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Bringing the glam with tattoos, plugs, and purple hair at a backyard wedding

If there's one thing that makes our eyes light up at Offbeat Bride, it's deliciously colored hair. Jessica had this amazing dark purple flip going on for her October wedding to Robbie, and I could eat that color with a spoon. Robbie stepped up to the plate too with an impeccably trimmed beard (always a heart stopper) and gold ear tunnels. Mmm, but I think Jessica might have pulled ahead a bit in the style game with her 1920s-style lace wedding hat. Hats should be loads more common than they are — they look so damn cool.

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Watch this Wisconsin couple get married THEN run 26.2 miles in a veil and vest

Veronica and Sage took their formal wedding portraits the evening before the big race. They followed up the photo shoot (and don't they look gorgeous?) with an intimate dinner with a few close loved ones. The next morning, they took their places at the start of Wisconsin's Whistle Stop Marathon where they said their vows in a more athletic set of wedding clothes. Forget carrying your partner over the threshold — Sage carried Veronica over the finish line!