It's guitars & malt shop love at this retro diner-themed wedding

I am a retro pinup and my husband is a phenomenal guitar player. What better way to combine the two passions with a retro diner theme wedding? With tabletop jukeboxes and condiment caddies on every table, an electric guitar as our guestbook, ice cream sundae wedges on my feet, 45s lining the aisle, my bridesmaids carrying albums down the aisle instead of bouquets, guitar pick place cards, and a working jukebox at the front of the ceremony space, and guitar pick flower boutonnieres, our wedding was a combination of retro style and rock 'n' roll.

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Jewel tones & sweet music tones at this flower-filled brewery wedding in Philly

Without a doubt, we knew we wanted our wedding to be colorful. I've always been drawn to bohemian decor and rich hues, so it was a no-brainer that we would tie in jewel tones and gold for our small touches. I gave each of my bridesmaids a color and let them go to town. It was fun to see them each choose a dress that fit their individual styles. (Don't miss all the amazing song choices in this one, y'all!)

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A queer sequined Monday morning microwedding with a monster milkshake

This small elopement in New York City was full of sparkles, sequins, the best of friends, tons of tears, a mini dance party in the park, and a hugh-jass ice cream milkshake. Is it possible to even imagine a more intimate, fun-filled, and stress-free wedding?

You're in a for a big, whipped cream and cherry-covered treat with this one, y'all…

A magical handmade music fest-style wedding in the redwoods

Our theme was boho meets music festival. We had a camping wedding and were at the property with our friends and family for four days. Almost all decor was DIY and even the tables, chairs, and light posts were made by friends. We wanted to create a sort of bohemian festival-themed atmosphere, where everyone felt like they could do what they wanted in the space. The most important goal was to bring all of our family and friends together in one place and to make sure that everyone felt comfortable and welcomed.

An eclectic country family folk festival wedding in Washington

Collin and I live in a very funky, folk community. We actually met in a ukulele class at a folk music festival, so when it came to our wedding aesthetic, it was going to be just as unique and beautiful as our lives are. During our two-year engagement, our friends and family offered up their many skills and talents which came together to create a very distinctive wedding.