You'll fall so hard for Nicole & Asher's free expression, red dress, totally non-conforming wedding

The theme to this wedding was "freedom of expression." These two had to overcome many obstacles from society in regards to orientations, identities, and professions. Freedom to express themselves was the top priority. You'll definitely want to see the red dress, awesomely dapper suit, 1000 cranes at the BBQ reception, and super personalized and intimate touches everywhere.


Two brides bring the love to this Cincinnati wedding

Once you have duly admired Julie and Jennie's HUGE GRINS, you're welcome to peruse the rest of this Cincinnati wedding's loveliness. It was a small affair, with about 50 loved ones in attendance, but this laidback, breezy atmosphere is where it's at. Check out the adorable little ring bearer (and is that a tiny burlap messenger bag for the rings?); the brides' flowy, effortless style; and one bride serenading the other to tears (I'm dead). Also, really, one of the greatest, most stunned first looks I've ever seen.


Two UK brides radiate love in this dreamy wedding video

So, I've watched Anita and Claudia's video several times now. And I just canNOT with the beautiful faces of these two UK brides. Their glowing expressions and just… damn it, how much they are into each other. Watch their short lil wedding video shot in the gorgeous county of Kent, and I dare you to tell me you aren't radiating with happiness for them in the space of like 20 seconds.


A snack for the eyes: two gorgeous grooms and their secret rainbow cake

My favorite part might just be Ryan and Tyler's ridiculously awesome cake. On the outside, it fits the rest of the reception like a glove. It's square, streamlined, and super elegant with silver and black trim on a white field. But cut that sucker open and RAINBOW CAKE FOR DAYS, BABY. I love it. What a juicy lil surprise in a serious-looking package.


Guests create What Love Looks Like art at this urban LGBT wedding in Denver

The minimalistic gallery let the rest of the wedding shine with an indoor/outdoor ceremony (thank you, garage doors!), bits of orange everywhere (including actual oranges in the flower vases!), DIY felt owls as favors, and a raffle for a trivia game. But my favorite part is hands down the ladies' ridiculously cool photo wall. Christina and Myf had asked their guests to give them a photo of what they thought love looked like, and the couple displayed the photos on a huge gallery wall with a sign that read "What Love Looks Like."