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Sci-fi meets vintage style at this unicorn-haired Star Wars wedding

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Don't miss the super cute handbag "bouquets" (with little gloves!), Force choke photo op, puzzle guest book, and C-3PO cut-out photo booth!

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From Hogwarts to NYC: a Brooklyn Harry Potter wedding

When it comes to a bad-ass Brooklyn bar wedding, it only makes sense to make it Harry Potter-themed! Wait, what? Yep, this pair not only had a Brooklyn Harry Potter wedding, but they made it WORK. Pink hair, chocolate frogs, Honeydukes lollipops, Bertie Botts every flavor beans, A Daily Prophet program, wands for all guests, handmade potion bottle vases, a bouquet made out of Harry Potter books and charms, golden snitch cake pops, and more. Whether you love urban chic weddings or just magic, this one is for you…

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A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

Angel and Shanti pulled from pagan, Christian, and viking traditions to create their amazing outdoor ceremony. Everything from the groomsmen sashes to the floral arrangements was DIYed. In a super badass move, the couple exchanged swords instead of rings.

Don't miss the natural wheat and log decor, the baby's breath-covered cake, and the cute and rustic lawn games…

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Hobbits and elves and eerie mist: this Middle-earth wedding has serious magic

Middle-earth came to central California at this Middle-earth wedding. The guests' costumes alone are slaying us with the level of detail! That's before we even get to the Gandalf officiant, Mount Doom centerpieces, Hobbit hole cake, and misty first dance. Yep, this wedding would make Tolkien proud. Are you ready to see it?

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A 13-color handfasting and fire dancing at this Quebec wiccan wedding

This Quebec wiccan wedding had a lovely handfasting that involved 13 of their friends, pagan and wiccan rituals, fire dancers, musicians, and so many of the couples' friends contributing their wares and talents. It turned out to be a community-led wedding with fantasy, goth and viking details, and personal spirituality. You'll want to take a look, especially at the bride's amazing dress!