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A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

Angel and Shanti pulled from pagan, Christian, and viking traditions to create their amazing outdoor ceremony. Everything from the groomsmen sashes to the floral arrangements was DIYed. In a super badass move, the couple exchanged swords instead of rings.

Don't miss the natural wheat and log decor, the baby's breath-covered cake, and the cute and rustic lawn games…

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Bask in the glow of this rustic Olympic National Park wedding

This pair wanted a low-key rustic wedding that was focused on spending as much quality time with friends and family as possible. It was kind of like a grown-up slumber party with most of the attendees staying on-site in cabins for the weekend. The venue at this Olympic National Park wedding has a charitable side that meshed with their goals, too. You'll want to see this loveliness.

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A Whidbey Island cosmos wedding in their own backyard

With the help of their friends and family, Rhiannon and Joe completely transformed their own backyard into a magical space for their Whidbey Island cosmos wedding. The pair runs a print shop together and created signs galore to place all over their backyard in Washington. Each one spoke to their love and the cosmic forces they feel brought them together.

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This intimate beach wedding in Seattle gives a whole new meaning to do-it-yourself

Self-catered, at-home, handmade dress, homemade food? Yep, this is one wedding that knows how to DIY. Rachel and Ari were set on having a very small and intimate beach ceremony in Seattle with only close friends and family (less than 20 total!). They used a local park's beach and their own apartment rooftop to save on venue costs and make everything personal. Plus, the beach provided perfect views of the mountains, the water, and the city. The best part? Rachel made and hand-dyed her own blue dress out of silk!

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Trapeze, tulle, and two ladies at a stunning Seattle wedding

Gabrielle and Laura’s Seattle wedding day started off with a bang with some high-flying first look photos at at Emerald City Trapeze. Their custom-made dresses, book paper flower bouquets, and luminous chuppah were a total highlight, but the reception at Urban Light Studios also had an ice cream bar, traditional hora, and tons of string lights.