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Dragons and games and kilts at Léonie & Tom's Celtic fantasy wedding

This Celtic-inspired fantasy wedding has a gorgeous dress with added fantasy sleeves, hot kilts, handmade dragon cake toppers, board games galore, and some wild wedding planning mishaps. But it all came together in this blend of tradition and geekery. Don't miss the sweet favorite moment involving the bride's 92-year-old father, too!

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Jo & Spig's goth-ish geeky intimate wedding

Handmade decor, black and white and purple everywhere, a dress the bride already had (!), and some surefire ways to beat your social anxiety at your wedding… you're going to love this gothic geeky wedding in Birmingham. Don't miss the geeky table names, the message in a bottle guest book, and gorgeous gothic bunting.

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Sophie & James' geeky pastel Welsh wedding

Pastel flowers of all types abound in this wedding: knitted flowers, paper flowers, fabric flowers, oh my! This pastel wonderland extended into the bridesmaid's dresses, the video game decor, and even the centerpieces. Take a peek at this Welsh wedding full of geek-tastic whimsy.

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April & Dennis' glam '70s festival meets London street food wedding

From the "cheese" cake to the cork board Polaroid guest book, this chic London wedding just exudes style. Originally from New Zealand and America, these two are now living it up in London and taking advantage of all the craft beer, Prosecco, gorgeous venues, and good times the city has to offer. Let's explore their 1970s-inspired, multi-colored dress wearing, seafoam green leisure suit sporting wedding.

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Aimee & Jon's garden tea party pagan wedding

This week we're celebrating woodsy, outdoor weddings before it gets too cold. Today we've got a UK wedding focused on keeping things eco-friendly, educational for non-pagans, and full of music. With a handmade corset dress, a ceremony in the round, and a forest setting, this pair totally knows how to do fun, frolic, and rock 'n' roll out in the wilderness.

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Who cares who leads? Non-gendered first dance ideas for all

My brother-in-law — who has never danced himself — once told me that it is only natural in dancing that the man leads and the woman follows. Having taught many partner dance classes, from Swing to French Folk, I can tell you that that is completely and utterly untrue. Of course there is nothing wrong with the "man leads, woman follows shuffle"-type first dance, but not every wedding involves one man and one woman. And even for those who do, there are many options beyond the traditional first dance…