Ring Pops, donuts, and ladies in love at this Voodoo Donuts wedding

Natya and Kris had a small but kick-ass ceremony at the famous Voodoo Donuts in Portland, OR. There were, as always, about 20 people in line at the store and many more outside along the sidewalk. This meant that there were tons of onlookers, many of whom only just realized there was a tiny wedding happening.
There were gorgeous photos out by the waterfront, a sweet (literally and figuratively!) donut-filled ceremony with Ring Pop rings, and a gorgeous pair of ladies in love. Let's take a peek at this Voodoo Donuts wedding…

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These gamers had a Fallout-themed wedding with the most fab rainbow dress

Are you ready for the brightest rainbow dress we've ever seen? How about a Fallout: New Vegas-themed photo shoot with a killer wedding party? This 1950s-inspired post-apocalyptic Fallout-themed wedding is the bomb (pun intended). The purple hair, the rainbow dress, the checkered coat, the awesome venue… we can't even with this wedding.

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Stop posing and start cuddling with an intimate photo session

When it comes to non-wedding couples' photo sessions, we've already seen rad engagement sessions, trash-the-dress shoots, and amazing, body=posi boudoir shoots. But we are loving the concept of an intimate photo session with the two of you and your chosen photographer. There's just something so sweet and vulnerable in these shots. If you have the option of getting a separate session with your wedding photographer, an intimate photo session like this just might be a great choice.

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Cat shoes and tattoos: a queer D.C. elopement

This is one gorgeous, intimate, and plain awesome Washington D.C. elopement between two ladies. The only way they let their families know about the marriage was through an April Fool's Day Facebook status change… that ended up being real. Don't miss the tearful vows, the amazing D.C. War Memorial ceremony venue, and the post-ceremony tattoos. And just wait until you see what one of the bride's did to her shoes to honor some missing wedding party members!

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A rustic 1920s wedding with an epic first dance lift

Shannon and Paul DIYed their 1920s-themed wedding with tons of rustic and vintage finds, gorgeous florals, and burlap and lace touches. They also included their children from their previous marriages, which brought them all together as a new family in some seriously chic duds. D'aww. Don't miss the killer first dance (lifts included!), the super stylish 1920s-inspired wedding party fashion, and one-of-a-kind venue.