Epic battles and rainbow bubbles at this lightsaber wedding in Seattle

Natalie and Jake’s wedding was an intergalactic celebration of cosmic proportions. Their love for Star Wars played a big role. There were lightsaber battles among the wedding party and an impromptu sing-along of “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith during the photos. Teleport us back to this fun, please!

These two cosmically radical people were destined to give us heart eyes with their space-themed wedding in Seattle.

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Singing, succulents, and LEDs at this musical light-up wedding

Adina and Sean's musical light-up wedding was a sight to see (that we wish we could have HEARD as well!). Adina is Jewish and Sean is Unitarian, so for the ceremony, they mixed and matched some elements of each. They also met in choir, so having their musical friends and family sing for and with them was a given. Their guests sang the wedding party down the aisle, with choir members providing harmony. A quartet of family and longtime friends sang a traditional blessing to them during the service. And Sean and his a capella group serenaded the bride at dinner. So much singing! So much awesome!

Don't miss the succulent place cards/favors, light-up shoes, tie, and sequins, and rockstar-inspired wedding dress…

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A 1950s meets comic book wedding with serious retro style

Marissa and Alan's intimate 1950sand comic book wedding took place at the Country Villa Inn in Virginia Beach. They both rocked seriously chic style with an electric blue suit and the bride's fab victory rolls and mixed media bouquet.

You'll definitely want to peek at the record and photo centerpieces, LEGO boutonnieres, geeky Pez dispensers, custom coloring activity books, and many 1950s polka dotted and poodle skirted details…

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Cotton candy, smoke bombs, and LED outfits shine at this wonderfully weird Austin wedding

Can you even handle LED outfits, costumed guests, Voodoo Doughnuts, a multicolored reception dress, jackalope riding, a 50 beer flight reception, and a Pac-Man suit? If you dare, take a look at this awesomely weird Austin wedding.

Oh, and they had the most wild "lessons learned" EVER. It involved cotton candy, Golden Corral, murals, smoke bombs, and the word "cock." Yep, seriously. And it's actually super helpful. You HAVE to see this… and read to the end.