The most fun ever? This skateboarding wedding in Leeds is definitely a finalist

Sophie and Jem had a skateboarding wedding in Leeds that looked like serious fun. The skate community is a big part of their lives, so part of the wedding ended up at the skate park. Then it was all about the DIY details including paper bouquets made by one of the bridesmaids, personalized carnival games, and loads of handmade decorations.

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Pine cones, flowery hair, and forest chic combine at this rustic wedding

Shelby and Nic's rustic mountain wedding has everything we love: succulents, woodsy vibes, a hot chocolate station, and even pine cone cake toppers! It's totally elegance meets outdoors for hiking and glitter lovers. Jeez, that's a killer combination! You'll fall for it, too, I promise.

Let's check out the gorgeously minimal color palette, boho-style dress, and flowery hairstyle that SLAYS…

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Wildflowers and campfires at this intimate Austrian wedding

These two young mountain climbers, Aneta and Pepa, are from Prague but chose Austria (one of their places to hike!) for their destination wedding. It ended up being a gorgeous backdrop of meadows, hills, and forest flowers that lit everyone up with a glow unlike any other. The reception entailed cooking food around a campfire and singing songs well into the night. Sweet, simple, and so divine — we are in love with this intimate Austrian wedding. Let's see if you will be, too…

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Punk meets rockabilly meets skulls meets Simpsons at this retro wedding

"After getting engaged at a historic 1940s San Francisco tiki bar, we decided to theme our wedding to match. Everything including our cocktail choice, wedding party dresses, shoes, centerpieces, boutonnieres, guest book, and drinking glasses had a tiki vibe with hints of our nerdy and punk rock/rockabilly backgrounds." Yep, this retro tiki wedding is KILLING IT with awesome themes and massive style. You've got to see it…

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Beauty from pain: A cancer survivor's non-wig ways to rock being a bald bride

“Will you postpone the wedding until after your cancer is gone?” asked my friend the week I was re-diagnosed with lymphoma. My response was so feral it surprised even me. “Honey, come hell or high water, I am motherloving having this wedding, and you better motherloving be there because I don’t know how long I’ve got left.”

My cancer came back a few months before my wedding, and I wanted to use my baldness as an opportunity to recognize cancer's presence while living through it with beauty and joy. Here's my story…