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Sea queen meets literary nerd wedding (with the founding of a new land!)

This pair's mash-up name totally sounded like a fake European country, so they ran with it and created a whole fanfic-style backstory and theme! Add that to the sea queen look, the together-but-independent ceremony (with apt, science-y unity ceremony!), and amazing game-themed reception, and this literary nerd wedding has won us over…

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We "dyed" when we saw this dip-dyed gown at a Minneapolis wedding

Michaela and Brian has a super colorful outdoor wedding in Minneapolis that give us chills. We're talking a colorful mismatched wedding party, a sweet first look, gorgeous outdoor ceremony space, scenery for days, and dance floor donut inner tube shenanigans. But our favorite part? You already know: it's the bride's handmade dip-dyed gown!

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The Arkenstone of weddings: a barefoot Hobbit-themed wedding

When it comes to Lord of the Rings weddings, this barefoot Hobbit-themed wedding wins all the Arkenstones. Lanterns, elven bridesmaids, a crown headpiece, hobbit groomsmen (and groom!), and even a dwarf! Gandalf the Grey presided over the ceremony and they ate Hobbit hole cake. There's so much Tolkien goodness to see, on top of the already amazing silver dress, purple hair, and epic costumes. This pair won't be throwing their rings into Mount Doom anytime soon.

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Tiny, gold, and floral: this "cheez-y" weekday wedding in a diner wins

This adorable pair got married two years to the day at the place they first met: a diner! The bride DIYed the hell out of everything with gold, florals, and vintage-inspired decor and her own pastries. It was tiny, it was intimate, and it was emotional (especially for the sweet flower girls/daughters!). You'll be won over by this amazing weekday wedding with a "cheez-y" twist.

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You'll swoon over how these ladies danced into their ceremony

Mary and Emily had been together for ten years waiting for gay marriage to be legalized. Three days after the ban was overturned, Mary called Emily's mom to ask for her hand in marriage. Her mom's response was, "Well, it's about time." Our favorite part was how they danced into the ceremony that ended with their guests forming a half circle around them. They then shared a dance before the ceremony started and another dance after.