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These two are mejor juntos at their Dia de los Muertos wedding in Philadelphia

After meeting in an online chatroom, video chatting for months, and making a home in New York for years, Manny and Chrissy finally got married in Philadelphia last October. Manny was born in Mexico City, and Chrissy has a passion for the Spanish language, so a Dia de los Muertos theme fit perfectly for their celebration. But this wedding was more than just sugar skulls, intricate bunting, and wedding dogs in mariachi outfits.

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Chris & Joe's dancing barefoot in the rain wedding

Want to hear about a totally relatable making-your-own-dress disaster story turned inspired-dress-buying-experience? The moral of this bride's tale is: do what you LOVE. This pair embraced that concept fully with their vintage-inspired, lovely detail-filled, and happiness-inducing wedding. It may have rained, but you know we love us some rainy wedding photos. This one is a must-see.

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Bryne & Becky's penny-wise Humanist wedding

This wedding has beautiful DIY touches like sheet music wreaths, ceremony backdrop bunting, an adorable sweets table, and loads of super talented friendors. But it wasn't all cute touches and sentiment… there was also a zombie piñata, which revealed the groom's true feelings on them. And just wait until you see the sweet moments with the bride's father, too.

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Drool over one last spooky wedding of the season with a corpse bride from Pennsylvania!

Okay, yes, we're moving away from the season of skeletons and spooks, BUT. I owe it to you all to show you this one last spooky glam wedding! Crissa made for an awesome corpse bride when she and TJ got married earlier this fall. She styled her own look, thanks in part to her grandmother's wedding dress, a skirt of her own, and some choice accessories from Lovechild Boudoir. TJ absolutely kept up with his own Victorian corpse groom costume, and Crissa's daughter joined in the fun as a sparkly princess.

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A Dia de los Muertos wedding for the whole family

Kristin and Jon celebrated El Dia de los Muertos a bit early last year on a rainy day in late October. The couple got married at the Round Corner Cantina in Pennsylvania, surrounded by little cacti in pots, tiny skulls, and a particularly spooky cake. Most of these details you'll see in the photos are El Dia de los Muertos or Mexican artifacts that Kristin and Jon already had in their home.

Both Kristin and Jon had been married before, so this small, relatively informal celebration wrapped up a few key wishes: one venue that had everything from drinks to food (hello, taco bar adaptable to dietary restrictions); a colored dress (Kristin's bright red dress is UHmazing); and Kristin's son walked her down the aisle. Awwwwwww!

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Philadelphia's Allebach Photography is booking in your neighborhood (and has TWO discounts)

Philly-based photographer Mike Allebach of Allebach Photography is one guy you've likely already heard us rave about before. Around these parts, he's been known to totally rock the tattooed wedding market, and HALF of his bookings are same-sex couples. On top of it all, Mike has been partnering with us for over six years and has used his expertise to write some pretty boss posts for us.

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Sing along with the bride and groom at their self-uniting, karaoke wedding

Brian and Rebecca opted for a small wedding in Philadelphia last November. They had no wedding party, and a friend MCed their self-uniting ceremony. Sounds quite cozy and intimate, yes? Prepare yourself to be blown away by the awesomeness that was their reception. Guests ate dinner from tiny white takeout boxes — complete with chopsticks — before belting out karaoke alongside Brian and Rebecca all night long.