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A little bit vintage, a little bit nerdy at this intimate geeky wedding

A historical museum, a teeny bit of Star Wars and Harry Potter, and a fab steak dinner for a small crowd of loved ones… this intimate geeky wedding is simple wedding #goals. The bride's sage advice about picking the right wedding party members is key. Don't miss the reason for the last dance, too. It's REAL and it's awesome.

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Wildflowers and campfires at this intimate Austrian wedding

These two young mountain climbers, Aneta and Pepa, are from Prague but chose Austria (one of their places to hike!) for their destination wedding. It ended up being a gorgeous backdrop of meadows, hills, and forest flowers that lit everyone up with a glow unlike any other. The reception entailed cooking food around a campfire and singing songs well into the night. Sweet, simple, and so divine — we are in love with this intimate Austrian wedding. Let's see if you will be, too…

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Taking off the makeup to reveal this gorgeously simple couples' shoot

Andy and Justin won this gorgeously simple couples' shoot from their photographer and we couldn't dig it harder. Despite the fact that Andy (aka one of Cheltenham's premier drag artistes, Pandora La Roux) spends much of his time wearing a wig, a dress, and five inches of makeup, this shoot was simply about love and gorgeous scenery. Sometimes less is more when it comes to showing the lurve. Let's peek in the window at the romantic side of this pair…

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This simple mountain wedding had handmade cakes and a stunning black and white dress

This baker and her groom rocked a simple and gorgeous wedding in the mountains where they grew up. She challenged herself (with a back-up plan!) to bake her own cakes for the wedding and knocked it out of the park. You'll want to see them. Oh, and her amazing black and white dress and sweet flower crown. This pair is stunning at their simple mountain wedding.

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How we're making peace with our no bells and whistles wedding in the WIC pressure cooker

Planning a budget-friendly, streamlined wedding that doesn't feature all the "bells and whistles" of traditional weddings is not without its judgments and that's where my recent stress has been coming in. Wedding planning forums can make you question if your wedding is going to be remembered as the "worst wedding ever," your ideas suck, and it's all going to be tacky, especially if you are cutting some corners, budget-wise. Here's how we're handling the pressure.