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A woodland darkly glam wedding with skulls, succulents, & spines

Bride Kayla loves the color black, glitter, bones, and science, so all of those things were incorporated into her and groom Josh's wedding day. There were handmade bouquets, surprise readings at the ceremony from the wedding party, wedding pies, flowers in metal skulls, spine pens, and a record guest book. It was truly a darkly glam wedding for the ages.

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?

Land ho! Get yer sea legs for this pirate wedding in Wisconsin

Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day which means we've got a chic and fun pirate wedding in Madison, WI to share. Ben and Rona's pirate-y wedding featured sea-worthy details like ships, anchors, octopodes, and lots of deep sea blues. They rocked some pirate hats and swords and even had a sword fight after their first dance!

Come about with your sea legs to see this adorable seafaring wedding in Wisconsin…

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A Jurassic Park wedding with a real park vehicle and dino attack

We had a Jurassic Park theme complete with dancing dinosaurs and a Jurassic Park Explorer. We wanted to put an elegant classy twist on something very quirky. We had a donut wall Billy made to look like the park gates at Jurassic park, adorned with Krispy Kremes, and a selection of cupcakes and kringle. During the reception, our officiant came in dressed as a t-rex and cut a rug!

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A little bit vintage, artsy, and nerdy: this art gallery meets kale wedding is divine

The theming was a bit all over the board but it came together swimmingly. The look was super vintage starlet, the venue decorations leaned to a glam nature look but set in an industrial (literally a converted warehouse) art gallery/studios, which already had art on the walls and string lights which made decorating a breeze.

My husband was born and raised in Columbia, MO, so the idea of having the wedding downtown was something he was very invested in. Our rehearsal dinner was at a locally (state-wide probably) famous pizza place where we spent many late nights in college playing D&D and Munchkin.