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Chris & Kyle's accidentally Whovian excellent adventure wedding

Lots of DIY, a butch-identified "bride" in a snazzy suit, and some amazing moments on the dance floor — you must see this Whovian meets Bill and Ted wedding. You may also learn a little something from the six Ps of Theater: proper planning prevents pitifully poor productions.

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Mel & Tevis' crafty vegan space wedding

This couple had some twists that threw some family members for a loop, they're secular, vegan, and genderqueer. But after embracing all of these characteristics, the pair felt like themselves which made them feel AWESOME. Don't miss the D20 glass-clinking alternative, the memorial bouquet charms, puzzle guestbook, tons of DIY projects, and the best quote about hips you'll read today… guaranteed.

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Who cares who leads? Non-gendered first dance ideas for all

My brother-in-law — who has never danced himself — once told me that it is only natural in dancing that the man leads and the woman follows. Having taught many partner dance classes, from Swing to French Folk, I can tell you that that is completely and utterly untrue. Of course there is nothing wrong with the "man leads, woman follows shuffle"-type first dance, but not every wedding involves one man and one woman. And even for those who do, there are many options beyond the traditional first dance…