Super fun and whimsical feather wedding decor

We love feathers and peacock feathers and all the ways you can inject some natural elements into your wedding fashion and decor. We've rounded up some of the loveliest and most fun ways to use feathers at your wedding. Think headpieces, centerpieces, nail art, rings, guest books, and all kinds of other ways to make your wedding take flight.

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Don your disguise for this planetarium masquerade wedding

Stacy and Mikey were married under the stars at the Michigan Science Center, with an elaborate masquerade ball reception held at the Crofoot Ballroom two weeks later, on October 30. Masked guests were entertained by the Detroit Circus Company's flame throwers, stilt walkers, contortionists, and trapeze artists. Just wait until you see Stacy and Mikey's reception garb and makeup — it is seriously a sight to behold. Let's check out the gorgeous ceremony and wildly-coiffed reception of your masquerade dreams.

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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.

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MadLibs with offbeat wedding shoes: Let's imagine what weddings go with these shoes…

Every week I round up a few of my favorite shoes, focused on some sort of theme — smaller feet! Rustic chic! Halloween weddings! Sparkles! Etc! This week I'm going to try something a little different.

I'm just going to grab some shoe styles and then imagine what type of Offbeat Bride wedding might go with them. I'll use descriptors from our enormous tag archive… it's sort of like Offbeat Bride MadLibs, but with shoes!

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This eco-friendly wedding channels music festival love

Will and Heather turned their backyard in upstate New York into a mini music festival for their eco-friendly wedding last September.

Pretty much every imaginable element of this wedding was DIY — the dinnerware was recyclable bamboo, the food included locally grown organic veggies (with vegan options), even the bride's kickass dress and veil were DIY. That veil — my stars, I want one. And I want a castle to go with it.