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An Andy Warhol-inspired wedding had an artist's eye and it totally shows

Gina and DJ had an art-inspired wedding with one of the most interesting cakes with an amazing story. There were Andy Warhol details everywhere (including the cake, as you'll see!) including Warhol postcards tucked underneath the napkins, Campbell's soup cans as vases in the centerpieces, and cookies based on some vintage Warhol wrapping paper.

Are you ready to see this artsy Warhol-inspired wedding at The Cleaners in Portland, OR come to life?

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Balloons and gold glitter at this vintage chic Portland wedding

aren and Joel's vintage chic Portland wedding was seriously beautiful. Think tons of flora and fauna with cats, polka dots, gold, blue, mint, and peach colors everywhere. Their cat, George, was present in spirit — he was on the invitations, the program, on a custom pocket square for Joel, and in their vows. Yay for fellow cat people! Don't miss the hand-dyed table linens, gold glitter vases, paper garland, and gold animal place cards.

Two daredevils had an indoor skydiving elopement (dressed as pirates!)

Kazi and Joe won an elopement package at an indoor skydiving facility and decided to get wed on Halloween dressed as pirates. They married inside the tunnel with a few iFLY staff members as their witnesses (dressed as a shark and a Ninja Turtle). They were married by their iFLY instructor, who happened to be ordained. Ready to see this pirates-meet-skydiving wedding?

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A moss cape and metal bow tie slays all wedding fashion forever

Newlyweds Allison and Dylan showed off some seriously organic fashion statements in this styled shoot. Dylan's metal bow tie covered in moss and foliage was quirky goodness, but Allison's foliage and moss cape is out of this world with its natural fashion fabulousness. Plus, give us an all-green air plant bouquet and we're totally swept away. Won over. Seduced. Green-eyed monster for the greenery.

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Jeweled peacocks and gourmet donuts at this Portland meets India wedding

Following a month-long trip and a traditional wedding in India, Jess and Chintan returned home to Portland, Oregon for a low key, small, and simple wedding with friends that took place on April Fool's Day. The day began with a civil ceremony at Multnomah County Courthouse where the judge was gifted with a custom cake by Dream Cakes. Jessica rocked a custom-made gown, gold Loubotins, and gold sequin Converse for the reception.

After taking a romantic pedicab tour around the city, they returned home to their newly built house with their friends and family for treats from Voodoo Donuts and Poplandia popcorn following a dinner of sweet and savory grilled sandwiches from local food trucks, PBJ’s Grilled and Koi Fusion. It was delicious, gorgeous, and a total fusion of their favorite things.