A shredding wedding: snowboarding post-nuptials is a total win

Twee and John had a small and heartfelt snowboarding wedding at Sapphire Point overlooking a frozen Lake Dillon and the mountains of Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado.

After their morning wedding, they decided to do what they loved doing together: hitting the slopes! Twee rocked a cheetah print shrug along with her dress, which covered almost her entire board and collected many pounds of snow and ice along the way. Are you ready to see this hardcore shredding wedding?

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A smoldering couple celebrates their elopement with a haunting winter shoot

Jilly and Benny had been together for eight years before deciding to elope and rock this pre-elopement photo shoot at a crumbling villa set among a hauntingly beautiful winter backdrop. Jilly, a long-time collector of vintage attire and jewelry, provided the epic fashion, from the lace wedding dress from 1940 to floor-length coats and heels from the 1920s and 30s.

Dark and beautiful details capped off the day with whiskey cocktails, long walks on snowy paths, and candlelight inside the villa. Let's ogle these two gorgeous people and their elopement love…

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Let this winter elopement in Scotland sweep you off your feet

These two wanted an intimate and gorgeous elopement in Scotland, and they got it. Private five-course meals, cakes with sparklers, a fabulous ceremony setting, and even some haggis. Can you imagine a more romantic way to share your intimate vows? Don't miss the bride's fabulous floral gown, the scenic sights at the hotel, and the hailstorm that followed.

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Be swept away by this ethereal winter shoot on Mt. Rainier

Did you say you wanted to see something breathtaking today? I've got something that will burn your eyes with beauty. Kendyl and Kiley are a seriously fabulous couple who wanted an equally fabulous photo shoot to celebrate their 2014 Justice of the Peace wedding in Washington. There was a winter weather advisory on Mt. Rainer the day of the shoot and they were set to get two feet of snow. Thankfully, Mother Nature handed them only a dusting that made the shoot ethereal as hell.