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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.

We are loving this edgy coastal engagement shoot with lots of ink

Tanna and Michael's edgy coastal engagement shoot was at sunrise(!) at Catherine Hill Bay, north of Sydney, Australia. An abandoned rusting pier and graffiti art was the first backdrop to capture the essence of these two inked up hotties.

And then it became pure, moody romance with the sun peeking out between clouds along the rocky shore.

Go beachside with this relaxed boho wedding in Australia

Jessica and Patrick met on the dance floor of their local pub on a Christmas Eve, and when it came time to propose, Patrick recreated their first date right down to the car he was driving at the time. The goal of this beachside wedding in Australia was a relaxed kind of boho theme with endless fairy lights, and they celebrated their unity late into the night at the Chelsea Yacht Club.

Don't miss the bride's gorgeous dress, the groom's luscious hair, and the dance floor snacks I'm still thinking about…

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A tiny secret wedding on a forest mountaintop in Tasmania

We got overwhelmed when we started looking at wedding planning a few weeks after we got engaged. Actually, we got overwhelmed just starting to plan our engagement party. We couldn't really agree on the number of people to invite, the theme, the location, or anything else. We're both from different parts of Australia and neither of us wanted to get married in the other one's hometown, so we decided to make it simple and run away to the most beautiful part of Australia. Tasmania. and get married in secret on a mountaintop, with only our parents and siblings as witnesses.

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A colorful & joyful art gallery wedding (with a caricature artist and groom-made bouquet!)

Our theme was creative cocktail — we wanted lots of people to wear prints and colours to match the ceremony and reception setting of art gallery. We had a hired cartoonist to do portraits and we invited ceremony-only attendees for a cocktail hour with grazing table. Scott actually made my bouquet on the day, something slightly stressful but with a beautiful end result: a king protea surrounded by gum blossom and sea-holly for texture. Oh, and I also wore a bright red dress to symbolise my Chinese heritage.