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This punk meets horror wedding has the purple-haired dreaminess we can't live without

Heather and Errol are high school sweethearts who love horror movies and punk, and a little bit of each was injected into the theme of their Canton, Georgia wedding. Heather, a hair stylist, rocked hot purple locks with her vintage dress and DIYed glittery shoes. From the Bride of Frankenstein cake topper to the record guest book and live painting they had done of the ceremony, the details of this punk meets horror movie wedding are killer.

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Check out this "beermosa" ceremony at Maddison & Max's intimate vow renewal

These newlyweds had a rough first year of marriage, so they celebrated making it through by having an intimate vow renewal in Milwaukee with a really interesting unity cocktail: a "beermosa" ceremony! Come see their no-officiant, sitting on bed vows, their casual and cool outfits, and the bride's AWESOME attitude toward "flattering" wedding dresses.

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Kimmy & Brent get "Carrie-d" at their Evil Dead-themed wedding

When a wedding starts at an Evil Dead: the Musical show and ends by being "Carrie-d" in buckets of blood, you're at a pretty kick-ass wedding. With the entire cast in tow, a "Deadite" minister, a glass shotgun full of tequila, and one horror-loving couple, we dare you to enter this wedding and come out alive.

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Megan's "little bit funky, little bit punky" wedding shoe take-over

Since I'm high-jacking the shoe parade this week, I figured I'd go into some of Ariel's past posts and highlight some of MY favorites. While Ariel's shoe tastes run in the wild and "WTF!?" direction, my shoe tastes are more… a little bit punk-y, a little bit funky, and usually practical. I don't know… what would you call this collection?

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Krista & Colin's multicultural punk island elopement

Islands views, backgrounds and cultures, WWII history, and their sweet dog named Thor — these are things that make this couple tick. And since both had very different kinds of weddings before, this one only going to be about their love and the meanings behind it. Cue the Scottish island elopement with ink, a mohawk, and lots of ceremonial traditions.