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Rockabilly meets a hint of Dia de los Muertos at a '50s-inspired San Diego wedding

When great themes collide, you get the awesomeness that is Jhosmara and Chris' 1950s, tattooed rock 'n' roll wedding! They exchanged vows at the deliciously mid-century Lafayette Hotel last November. The celebration showcased Jo and Chris' affinity for tattoos and '50s rock and roll, as well as a nod to Jhosmara's heritage with calavera dolls and sugar skulls on a fabulous turquoise cake.

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Sara & Mutt's retro handmade dive bar wedding

Vintage-loving couples: this is the wedding for YOU! A $50 fabulous vintage dress, an entire wedding party looking straight out of the '50s, and a VINTAGE CAR PARADE… get your eyeballs on this one, we're serious. Don't miss the surprise gift from the bride's parents, too. It's so appropriate.

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Kelly & Jacob's retro carnival wedding

We've seen some amazing carnival weddings, but this one may be in contention for the most epic decor ever. We're talking popcorn, Cracker Jacks, pinwheels, faux flash tattoos, circus-themed centerpieces, a hot dog stand, a huge and gorgeous candy buffet, and a retro circus cage photo booth! It will make you want to hop on a ferris wheel and get hitched, vintage carnival-style.

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Accessorize your vintage-style wedding party with gifts from Retro-a-go-go!

Having one of those awesome weddings with a vintage aesthetic — Rockabilly, pin-up, hot rod, Psychobilly, pop art, or retro-inspired? Looking for the perfect accessories that could double as gifts for your wedding party? You're going to go gaga for our sponsor Retro-a-go-go! Let's take a peak at some of our favorite ideas for your retro-themed gifts and accessories for the guys and gals of your wedding party. I'm talking flasks (my favorite invention), parasols, belt buckles and more…

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Steph & Mark's 1950s rockabilly wedding

We love us some rockabilly chic, and this wedding has got the goods. Classic cars, victory rolls, a tattoo-inspired cake, and a handmade black retro dress. Add in the wise-cracking brother who walked the bride down the aisle and some sweet family memorial photos, and you've got the recipe for a family-focused good time.

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What logistics should I consider for a seated bridal party?

When I stood in my brother's bridal party I just kept wishing I could see around the maid of honor's head and I thought "Man, being honored is great and all but I've got the worst seat in the house." Plus, some of our shyer friends might feel more comfortable sitting instead of standing as a part of the show.

I can't seem to find anything around Offbeat Bride about others with a bridal parted seated around them so I'm wondering how often it's done and if there are any logistics I should consider.