Surprises abound at this intimate candlelit wedding (planned in weeks!)

Jeff and Don made their marriage official surrounded by their 10 closest friends in a candle-lit living room after 14 years together. They had only decided to get married a few weeks earlier, and every part of the evening was a collaboration of their guests.

Are you ready to see this intimate candlelit wedding? You know you are!

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A 1950s meets comic book wedding with serious retro style

Marissa and Alan's intimate 1950sand comic book wedding took place at the Country Villa Inn in Virginia Beach. They both rocked seriously chic style with an electric blue suit and the bride's fab victory rolls and mixed media bouquet.

You'll definitely want to peek at the record and photo centerpieces, LEGO boutonnieres, geeky Pez dispensers, custom coloring activity books, and many 1950s polka dotted and poodle skirted details…

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A waterfront wedding crawl planned in only a month

Small, adorable, family-focused, and planned in a little more than a month… this wedding crawl waterfront meets restaurant wedding is a dream. They focused on including friends as vendors, keeping family work at bay, and just having a rad time. don't miss the boho wedding dress, awesome groom gear, and sweet daughter/flower girl.

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A couple of brews, some anniversary celebrating, and a whole lot of mud — this ATV anniversary shoot was also a trash-the-dress shoot by default. How could it not be when they were flying headfirst through the countryside? Courtney and Seth wanted to do this muddy anniversary session while 4-wheeling since they both love speeding through the country. They ended the day crashing with beers at Seth's grandmother's house. Let's take a look at how fun a mud-covered dress can be…

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This Virginia mountain elopement is giving us so many tiny wedding FEELS

Healey and Allie were planning a 100-person Washington, DC wedding in the spring, but as they got deeper into wedding planning, they realized how miserable it was making them. They knew that bigger weddings were right for some people, but for them, it was all about a gorgeous Virginia mountain elopement.