Reclaiming traditions: you CAN love a taffeta wedding dress

"I'm going through the traumatic process that is wedding dress shopping, and I'm really open-minded about what I'll consider (you have to be when white isn't in the plans). But I didn't expect to fall in love with a taffeta dress online… Taffeta?!"

If taffeta (or any other traditional fabric) sounds too traditional for you, think again. We've come a long way since our rebel "fuck taffeta" days. Let's take a look…

This edgy Neon Demon wedding inspiration is a fashion WIN

When I saw this edgy, Neon Demon wedding inspiration shoot, I couldn't stop digging on the purple undercut, the glittery gold and black dresses, and the ahhhh-mazing venue that is The Camby in Phoenix. I just knew that someone was going to be inspired to find themselves taking equally killer photos in these hallways.

Don't miss the '80s-inspired aesthetic and midcentury modern details…

This elopement had a Halloween AND a unicorn theme

Rosemary and Marco were shooting for an intimate, romantic, relaxed wedding with tons of fun. Rosemary rcoked a black gown paired with orange and white florals since the wedding was on Halloween! She added a pearl spider brooch climbing up her gown for maximium spooky chicness.

Don't miss the unicorn heads, biodegradable confetti, and GORGEOUS golden hour photos…

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A stunning black dress, tattoos, and skulls everywhere at this chic and dark wedding

Aaron and Kryssa wanted a personalized wedding that matched their dark and alternative style. Aaron rocked his red Doc Marten boots and he and his crew traveled to the ceremony location by bicycle as they love to ride to bikes. There were skulls, ink, deep red details, and a super fab black gown and purple hair.

Just wait until you see their choreographed dance!

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.