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This genderqueer, sweets-loving, carousel wedding will have you in circles

A giant carousel, Mad-libs wedding advice, a gorgeous Santa Monica backdrop, loads of sweets and a killer dessert table, all surrounded by the cutest couple in pastels. This candy-filled carousel wedding is making us spin right 'round with all the love we're seeing. Don't miss the ultra sentimental tributes to their parents, too!

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Sweet simplicity: Sam & Meghan's small, simple Winter wedding

This was a very small and simple Winter wedding — a celebration of our relationship. There were 17 guests in attendance, just immediate family and best friends. We met in the dead of winter at a small college chapel for the ceremony, then went to a restaurant down the street for dinner. We had few decorations, no theme, no wedding party, no rehearsal dinner, no formal invitations, no gifts, no dancing — and it was glorious.

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Tiny, gold, and floral: this "cheez-y" weekday wedding in a diner wins

This adorable pair got married two years to the day at the place they first met: a diner! The bride DIYed the hell out of everything with gold, florals, and vintage-inspired decor and her own pastries. It was tiny, it was intimate, and it was emotional (especially for the sweet flower girls/daughters!). You'll be won over by this amazing weekday wedding with a "cheez-y" twist.

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Major shenanigans and a chic dress at this New York Chinatown wedding

Mihai and Gabby were aiming for a mini tour of New York (and especially Chinatown!) to bookend their sweet city hall wedding and they absolutely rocked it in style. From her short and chic dress to his sharp blue suit, they owned the city and even a samurai sword or two. You'll want to start scrolling to share in the feels and the radness of this homage to love, New York Chinatown wedding.

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Two brides bring the love to this Cincinnati wedding

Once you have duly admired Julie and Jennie's HUGE GRINS, you're welcome to peruse the rest of this Cincinnati wedding's loveliness. It was a small affair, with about 50 loved ones in attendance, but this laidback, breezy atmosphere is where it's at. Check out the adorable little ring bearer (and is that a tiny burlap messenger bag for the rings?); the brides' flowy, effortless style; and one bride serenading the other to tears (I'm dead). Also, really, one of the greatest, most stunned first looks I've ever seen.