This grey dress at this winter wonderland Czech wedding is making our lives

Couples planning snow-covered winter weddings, this one is for you. Eliška and Ondra were married in an old mountian house in the Czech Republic built in the middle of 19th century. Eliška wore a flowy grey gown made of our wildest snowy goth wedding dreams, and the decor smacked of dark forest romance. Branches and black coal in jars added a cool and clean edge to the everything. All the food was homemade and heated on the fire stove, keeping things totally authentic and amazing. Let's bask in the cold glow of this Czech wedding.


The sexiest Lithuanian yogi bride and groom we'll feature today

Hang on. Lina and Mindaugas had such a sexily gorgeous wedding in Kaunas, Lithuania, that I'm still fanning myself. The couple own a yoga studio together, so let's start with how hot that is. Then let's examine the bad-assery of getting matching wedding-ring tattoos. Next, let's take into consideration how stunning the two-part ceremony was: Lina and Mindaugas exchanged vows both outdoors at the confluence of the Nemunas and Neris rivers and inside a Gothic church. St. George's Church is still undergoing restoration (building is OLD, y'all), but you'd never be able to tell from these airy, light-filled photos.


A cerulean hillside paradise wedding in Slovenia

Now that is some scenery. Ivana and Drejc's Slovenian wedding in the countryside makes me want to run singing about the hills being alive with music. The scenery seriously has me gob-smacked. And Ivana's ocean blue ballerina-style dress adds just the right amount of fluffy whimsy. Candles lit up Ivana's and Drejc's childhood photos and a huge bonfire lit the dance party afterwards. We are so psyched to have our first Slovenian wedding on the site.


Eva & Radek's diet-friendly Czech wedding by a cave

Traditional Czech weddings usually take place somewhere indoors, but this couple couldn't imagine a ceremony that was not in the open air. So they chose a gorgeous cave location and matched their DIY decor with mossy centerpieces and green details. They also tackled the challenge of accommodating lots of different diets including gluten-free, lactose-free, and diabetic foods. There was a ceremony near-disaster, but it ended up working out just fine.