Nerdy vows & stunning views at this intimate Savannah nature preserve wedding

Joseph and Temprest wanted to celebrate with 20 of their closest friends in only 60 days or planning. They created the most joyful wedding at the Oatland Island Wildlife Center for the ceremony and a chic restaurant for their reception. Don't miss the Pac-Man cake topper, loads of nerdy references in their vows, and the bride's vintage-inspired birdcage veil.

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I AM CAKE: this colorful Tennessee wedding had the most amazing Groot cake

This Tennessee wedding was full of color, loft style, performances by friends, amazing dances, pop culture-themed centerpieces,
and loads of twinkle lights. Sounds great, right? But just wait until you see the pièce de résistance, their amazing, geektastic sculpted Groot cake. How they cut into that, I'll never know.

Get ready to see this whole geeky, colorful, full of Parks and Rec, Star Wars, and lots of love wedding…

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Ink, roses, & tequila shots at this dark & romantic spring wedding at Lafitte Street Market

Gabrielle and Mark’s dark-spring romantic and gothic-inspired wedding day takes the saying “Until death do us part” to another level. Gabrielle began the day getting ready with her crew at Turning Point Tattoos, where Mark is a resident tattoo artist.

Overtones of rich red and dark wood were featured, while light sprigs of greenery and baby’s breath balanced the vivid colors. This wedding was so full of thoughtful touches and unconventional DIY details. Let's see the whole thing…

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Sword fights & purple kilts at this dance party wedding with an Oreo toast

Our wedding was held at a gorgeous hall that is owned by a Franciscan monastery, which has little details that make it look like a medieval church (in the middle of Washington D.C.!). My husband collects swords, so our cocktail hour featured friends from the HEMA Alliance (the society for Historical European Martial Arts) performing a demonstration of sword fighting through the ages.

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A Star Wars meets A Christmas Carol queer disabled multi-state wedding (in a blizzard!)

When we started planning our wedding, we quickly realized that since our families were separated by many states (I was raised in the midwest, he's from Virginia), it was going to be a logistical nightmare for us to get everyone together in one spot, so we decided to honor both sides of our family by coming to them. So we planned two weddings, one in VA and another celebration in IL.