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Jesse & Ben's potluck backyard hippie handfasting

When you're in the mood to kick tradition out, this is the celebration to see: a non-legal backyard solstice potluck with a VERY participatory ceremony, personal tattoos instead of rings, and a super sweet memorial for the groom's father. These adorable hippies knew what they wanted and embraced it full-on. And we get to see it all come together!

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Laura & Jason's rainbow sacred circle potluck wedding

With a desire to keep things eco-friendly, unplugged, and ultra-fun, this outdoor celebration totally embraces low-key loveliness. Add in some rainbow decor, a wildly-dressed and winged games master, and even a talent show, and you've got yourself totally accessible party fun times for all ages.

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Lauren & Joshua's rainy potluck wedding

This pair trekked north to New Hampshire to celebrate with far-flung family, but also to spend their wedding dollars on a state and vendors that support marriage equality. Plus, it's just damn pretty there! And when a rainy ceremony or guest list drama comes creeping in, this bride knows how to handle it: channel the bad-ass honey badger.

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Lauren & BJ's technicolored globally-inspired wedding

This couple has many ties to India and Tibet and decided to bring in some of the traditions they love from their travels into their amazing and colorful wedding. Plus, you'll never guess where the bride finally found her awesome red dress (after tons of searching!). And get ready for their game of Aeki Beki, which involves coins, rings, and a bowl of milk. Go see what it's all about!

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Elizabeth & Joshua's "spring in winter" orange grove wedding

Orange groves, bee details, and pastel hues: it's the stuff of miracles when snow covers many of us. This wedding also boasts a fabulous handmade dress, potluck food (AND potluck performances!), a tree planting ceremony, and adorable wedding party fashion. So much sweetness, so little time.