It poured at this rainy Iceland wedding and we wouldn't want it any other way

Sarah and Matt embraced the Iceland outdoors and had a (VERY rainy) 10 hour adventure wedding for their 20+ guests and they LOVED it. They firmly believed that the weather only made the day story even better.

Let's pretend we're running through the rain at the end of a movie so we can fully immerse ourselves in this misty, romantic, maybe a little muddy, and overall amazing Iceland wedding…

It's Halloween meets Hogwarts at this Australian Mount Tambourine wedding

Aimee rocked a gown of deep purple lace which, of course, looks amazing against a fall backdrop of yellows and oranges. Her partner Matt had a matching black suit and purple tie for the wedding at Cedar Creek Estate in Mount Tambourine in Queensland, Australia.On top of the Halloween theme, the pair also loves Harry Potter and offered guests handmade wands to wave them down the aisle. There was also a Marauder's Map seating chart to add even more magic to an already super magical day. Are you ready to get some Potterphile meets Halloween good times on?

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A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

Inger is a dark Disney girl and wanted her dress to be the only white thing at her wedding. She got her wish and everything was styled in black and white. Spy the tall, gorgeous black cake with "Till death do us part" on it, rich red roses, and chic black bouquet. They also performed the Haka (a traditional Maori dance) for Inger to welcome her in to Ash's family.

This pair got married in the same room as the groom's parents… 37 years later!

We got married in the same room in the same building (Moat Room, Harrow Registry Office) as my parents, with the same registered home address. The only difference: the two weddings were 37 years apart! The wedding reception was held on the largest boat on the River Thames, the Dixie Queen, that included the opening of Tower Bridge. We also had a nine-tier cake!

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A retro music festival-style tent village wedding with four dresses & a eye-popping headpiece

We're both (loveable) weirdos so we wanted our wedding to truly reflect who we were. My favourite highlights that I think achieved this were: my 5m maypole, our rock-paper-scissor vows, our pirate celebrant, the giant Soul Train dance line we had with all 200 guests coming down in pairs, our very silly first dance to Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On," my dancing down the aisle to "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," my four wardrobe changes, our gong for speeches, and so much more.