A rustic zodiac inspiration shoot in the foothills of Colorado (with a surprise vintage VW!)

This zodiac inspiration shoot was driven by constellation imagery with purples, gold, and a touch of galactic pink. Geometric and star shapes were used throughout, from the bride's hairpieces, to the geometric wedding arch, to the table decorations, and geode cake. Don't miss the bride's loose bouquet of wildflowers and sage and the surprise gold vintage Volkswagen that happened upon the scene without any planning!

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Rainbow dresses and wedding pups at this "literature in miniature" wedding

We both love literature, miniatures, dogs, and film, so most of the wedding had some aspect of those themes included. We made a bookcase arch which was basically the only ceremony decor in addition to what was already in the beautiful venue. I made all the bridesmaids dresses in different jewel tones. I love retro style clothing and color and I couldn't find what I was looking for in the stores, so I made them myself!

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Led Zeppelin, craft beer, and tattoos at this bad-ass rock show-themed wedding

We had a rock show-themed wedding, which was inspired by our engagement shoot (by the fantastic Wild About You Photography) at a San Francisco music venue. Rye and I have a mutual passion for rock music, tattoos, and the macabre, so that theme covered lots of what we love!

We asked our guests to "channel their inner punk rocker" and wear clothing that reflected whatever "rock and roll" meant to them. There were lots of leather jackets, band shirts, combat boots, and colored hair.

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THIS is what happens when you get married at a Fairyland amusement park

Peggy and Bill's playful wedding took place at Children's Fairyland in Oakland, California and seriously captured the fairy tale spirit of the venue. The fairy tale theme carried over through all of their details, with nods to Alice in Wonderland, keys to unlock the story though the park, and spell books on the tables with moss and fairy lights. I can totally see how they would all feel transported to a magical place. Let's get to the magical fairyland wedding…

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Two brides, a mountain view wedding, and cotton candy skies

They shared a love for the mountains of Colorado, so it was only natural that when plans to hold a big wedding bash in Kentucky fell through, they decided to live out another dream of having an intimate wedding with some serious Sound of Music scenery. Waking up to rainy dawn in Estes Park, Ali and Rachel began a slow morning of wedding prep. They did what we wish every couple would do, enjoyed their day and lived their moments. There was Elk watching, breakfast, hiking, and attempts to stave off the rain with "Isn't it Ironic" lyrics.