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How can we have chair seating at our park venue when chairs aren't allowed?

My fiancé and I are having our ceremony in a public garden in New Jersey and have been told that we are not allowed to bring chairs for our guests. We have discussed buying nice picnic blankets and laying them about for our guests to sit on, but I would still like something a little more "chair-like." How do you create comfortable seating rather than just having guests on their feet the whole time?

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Danielle & Russell's "NormPod Wedding Experience" all around San Francisco

This whirlwind of a wedding goes all over San Francisco, on top of a two-story carousel, into parks and pubs, and flies a kite the whole time. Plus, it's so much of a whirlwind that it started 45 minutes early and the couple didn't even realize it! You might remember this bride from her GoPro bouquet, so here's the full, amazing, colorful story from the couple themselves.

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Heather & Johnathan's nerdy summer picnic wedding

These two had some interesting dilemmas: managing expectations from a very Catholic family and a not-so-Catholic family, balancing the needs of disabilities and the recovery community, and having a super low budget. But we can all learn from this bride's kick-ass attitude about keeping things accessible and authentic! Plus, we're totally behind any wedding that ends with a D&D campaign.

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Megan & Joe's relaxed daytime wedding with a hug line

This wedding is all about learning experiences: you don't need fancy "yay" flags when simple ones bring as much fun, dads are sometimes more mushy-gushy than they let on (see the flashing baby photos for proof!), and sometimes a daytime wedding with fabulous food (drooool potatoes) is totally the way to go. Plus: learn what the hell a "hug line" is and how you can get one, too!

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Kara & Gary's fantasy fairy tale heavy metal wedding

Some girls dream of their fairy tale wedding and some girls take that pretty literally, as is the case with this bride's fantasy fairy tale-themed wedding. Elf ears, Shrek costumes, fabulous hoods and capes, and a sign pointing to all your favorite fantasy haunts. And you'll never guess why the groom spent so much time under the bride's dress during the garter toss.