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6 reasons to meet your vendors in person before you book (and meet Melissa Miksch at Lovesick!)

When it comes to choosing vendors for your wedding, to whom you'll pay money, spend lots of time, and depend upon, it's pretty important to have faith in them, amirite? Meeting in person is such a neat way to get to know them, make sure they feel your vibe, and maybe even make a new friend. Let's talk about why meeting your vendors, and specifically our sponsor, Seattle area-based photographer Melissa Miksch, in person beforehand will ease all your vendor-related fears.

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Grooms in veils and a solo by The Mama Tits: just another gay Seattle wedding

After a decade-long partnership, Jeremy and Eric were finally married last June — on the very day that the state of Washington converted most state-registered domestic partnerships into legally recognized marriages! The couple said their vows on their own backporch in front of a few close loved ones. Damn, everything looks perfect. The colors, the smiles, the view, the weather — it all looks lovely and intimate and romantic and everything a wedding should be between two people who've been together so long.

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Ember & Andrew's Mario Bros. meets Star Wars game store wedding

A Star Wars Sand Trooper, Mario mushrooms, and some retro styles all in the couple's favorite game store — this is one geeky fabulous wedding. Wait until you get a load of the homemade Kransekake, their first dance story, and the bride's lacey vintage-styled dress. Oh, and you'll get a kick out of what the groom did with their Mario cake!

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Find a hot pink wig and join the crowd at this Seattle wedding

As a bit of playful revenge for having to wear a natural-colored wig at her maid of honor's wedding, Dani had her wedding party (including the bridesman) rock hot-pink wigs to match her hair. The wedding party nailed the look, even though it looks like it was a super windy day! Dani and Rob got married at Gas Works Park in Seattle last July, and you'll find that delicious hot pink everywhere in their photos: bowties, guests' shoes, feathery bouquets, and all over the reception.

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Jade & Jonathan's down-to-earth backyard wedding

A painted mailbox, an adorably awkward bride/grandfather walk down the aisle, and a top-your-own doughnut bar — oh hell yeah, this wedding is Fun City. This wedding also has one of the funniest moments we've read about in awhile. Let's just say there was a really big mix-up in locations.