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A sinister and glam Hallowedding of epic proportions

Patti and Matt are Halloween fans and their Hallowedding was the ultimate expression of spooky romance. Patti wore a black dress while her crew wore their own style of gray dresses. She gifted them with "blood stained" clutches to match the theme. Don't miss Matt 's Vans and skulls tie, too.

They walked themselves down the aisle to The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" and had vows inspired by different quotes from movies. Hell yes, movie fans!

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18 birdcage veils to make your wedding outfit take flight

When you want a veil that's not too much, just enough to give you a killer vintage vibe, and a bit of mystery to your outfit, birdcage veils are your best friend. It can seriously be the netted cherry on top of your outfit. When you're mane is colorful or alternative, topping it with a sweet little white birdcage veil (like Katy did above!) can be so rad. Or if you're going for simple and sleek hair, you can nab a big and wild headpiece to make your 'do off the hook. Are you thinking about rockin' a birdcage veil?

We've got a collection of some of our favorite birdcage veils we've featured AND a fair few that you can buy for your own wedding. Let's get to the good stuff…

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Lily & Chris' double happiness rock 'n' roll two wedding weekend

It's one thing to take on a big wedding; it's a whole other thing to plan two back-to-back ceremonies and parties! But once you see the retro fashion, Asian-inspired details, Chinese dancing lions, and sweet band tribute from the groom, you'll totally agree that it's a double happiness moment. OH, and a ceremonial martial arts board breaking by the bride? It happened — twice.

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Patty & Will's spooktacularly elegant wedding

This couple embraced their wedding date (October 13th) with bad-luck-turned-good details, gothic and spooky elements, and an homage to their black cat. It was small in size and large on gorgeous details and personal touches. They may not have been able to get a vintage hearse to cart them around town, but the red and black '59 Chevy was an even better solution!