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Why I don't really care about my wedding

Yes, there are aspects that my fiancé and I have agreed on with excitement; the entertainment, the hog roast, the tea corner (seriously, every wedding should have one). But those details have been easy to decide, they’ve made sense to us, and we probably would do something like that for any party.

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7 steps to pulling off "The Easy Wedding"

My husband and I got married at a cozy Irish pub in downtown Louisville. The only time I was even stressed out and nervous was the hour or so before the rehearsal on Friday. After that, it was smooth sailing all the way through. Here’s why…

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Just the two of us: Erin & Caleb's intimate courthouse elopement

I have a soft spot for elopements anyway, but when one is written as beautifully as this one, you know it's going to catch me right in the feels. Get ready to experience some serious intimacy, serious love, and a seriously fun photo shoot in the Denver snow. These two crossed some major hurdles to get to this day and boy was it worth it.

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Jessica & Mikel's private, sweet, and playful wedding

So maybe these two ran into two other couples trying to get married under the same tree… when you see it, you'll understand why. This backdrop is idyllic to say the least. Get ready for colorful hair, sweet and serendipitous vows, a funfetti cake everyone can agree on, and a tiny ceremony followed by brunch.

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Sammye & Ashton's Southern eclectic waterfront elopement

During hectic wedding planning, sometimes it's nice to just rest your eyes on a simple, meaningful, no-frills ceremony like this one. These two didn't want to go over-the-top, but rather focus on sweet vows, their nearest and dearest, and their cherubic baby. Let's gaze at their tiny waterfront elopement.

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No-one missed any of the extras: I was a guest at a no-frills wedding

This wedding was held on a campground in the mountains. The couple was married in a small amphitheater and the 40-50 guests sat on logs surrounding them. There was no bridal party. The bride did not carry flowers. Dinner was Mexican food in the lodge, the cakes were pre-made by a beloved local bakery. I think the sole decorations were blue and white plastic table covers in the lodge, a single string of colored Christmas lights around the basketball court. And guess what? No one missed any of the extras.