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This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

Taylor and Jade chose the American Visionary Art Museum as their venue because it's a space they personally love, and they appreciate that it features outsider art. And of course, throughout the celebration, guests could wander the museum and look at the art. Bonus for art lovers! To up the craftiness game, Jade sewed her entire wedding outfit! Their decor was also heavily DIYed and included succulents and sprigs of Eucalyptus.

For favors, they gave out prints of a film photograph Taylor had taken at one of their favorite spots. This wedding just screams sincerity and we can't get enough of it…

Captain America & Peggy Carter: an iconic Marvel comics engagement shoot

Have you all seen Avengers: Infinity War yet?! If you're still waiting, here's a little treat to tide you over…

After seven years of dating, Sean proposed to Jess while on an Alaskan Cruise with both of their families. While planning their engagement shoot, they wanted something out of the box that celebrated one of their many fandoms (they love Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and all things Marvel!). Years ago, Sean had gifted his bride-to-be with Marvel's Peggy Carter's signature red fedora. That iconic hat acted as the inspiration for this Marvel comics engagement shoot.

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Two brides had the sweetest DIY farm wedding you'll have seen yet

B + Liz are a rad couple who totally rocked an amazing, simple, and sweet-as-hell DIY farm wedding in Maryland. Every part of their day was filled with love and made to include everyone.

Check out this awesomeness. They got ready quietly together on the farm owned by a family friend. They had friends contribute to a collaborative playlist of music. And Liz's mom baked EVERY ONE of those cupcakes. It was truly a community effort backed by a whole lot of love. Don't miss Liz's retro-styled pink hair, sweet sequined gown, B's KILLER suit, and the farm animals grazing all around…

A Nigerian-American carnival themed wedding (with Six Flags post-party!)

John and I love theme parks, especially Disney World, so I had the idea to have a carnival themed wedding. I initially wanted to incorporate carnival rides, but given our guest list size (about 250 people invited), we had to be more space conscious, so we opted for a wedding weekend that included a trip to the area theme park (Six Flags) in our wedding attire.