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We can't get over this vintage-inspired, snowy, woodland wedding fashion

April and Aaron managed to capture the snowiest, sparkliest, most vintage-inspired moments we've seen in awhile. Talk about serious winter wedding fabulousness. Plus, this is December in Arizona, which makes it even more rad. Let's take a good long, luscious look at the bride's glowing makeup, red gloves, and wintry flower crown, the groom's chic meets casual look, and the wedding party's 1940s-chic cozy fashion.

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Winter flora on parade: 16 of our favorite winter wedding bouquets

See that fabulously rustic winter-themed bouquet up there? The bride, Fern, was totally at the whim of her florist — who just took the idea of a winter bouquet and ran with it. Sometimes when you let creative folks free, you get some seriously amazing results, like some of the the winter wedding bouquets you're about to eat through your eyeballs. We've got red with green, sparkly crystals, paper flowers, GIANT paper flowers, stunning brooch bouquets, clean and simple white arrangements, multicolored succulents, winter wildflowers, and so much more. Let's get our flora on.

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An intimate rustic Christmas wedding with a baby reveal

This pair had three months to plan their pre-baby Christmas-themed wedding in Connecticut with craft beer, awesomely festive DIYed decor all in a beautiful converted barn venue. But our favorite part was their giant Christmas present box that turned out to be a surprise gender reveal. Warning: there's a spoiler in the first photo! Come take a peek at this most awesome gender reveal wedding.

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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.