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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.

A Mexican jungle oasis awaits at this intimate cenote wedding in Riviera Maya

Silvia and Luca met when they were young age but knew they wanted to walk through life together. After seven years together, they made it official with an intimate cenote wedding in Riviera Maya, Mexico. They brought their favorite people to Mexico (all the way from Italy!) and packed the essentials for a simple and meaningful wedding day in the middle of the Mayan jungle. Don't miss Silvia's gorgeous beachy dress, the saxaphone-accompanied ceremony, and of course, the lush jungle backdrop.

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DIY for days at this adorable vintage comic book wedding

Zach has always been a lover of comic books, and as long as we have been together (seven years!) we've always known that we wanted to have a comic book themed-wedding. I am a huge lover of vintage style, so it made sense to merge the two into a huge party of comic book awesomeness. Having a vintage aesthetic also helped to ensure that our decorations wouldn't be too child-like (we definitely had to tow a fine line with that!) and give our day an old-fashioned feel.

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When a rustic forest wedding met red, black, and metal

When we got engaged, we knew we didn't want a typical wedding. Instead, we wanted to incorporate some of the wonderful things we enjoy together into an expression of our love. We picked black and burgundy as our colors to match our dark aesthetic. For my bridal look, I wanted to go high drama. I ditched the white dress and found an asymmetrical wine-colored dress and, with my bridesmaid Haley, built a one-of-a-kind elk antler headdress so I could look like a pagan forest goddess.