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Our hearts warmed upon seeing this homegrown backyard woodland wedding

We wanted a forest-themed wedding because of our shared love of nature and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in which we live. We also wanted to focus on our friends, family, and community. We sought out vendors we knew, the caterer used produce from the farm where Adrienne volunteers. The favors (goat's milk soap) and the flowers both came from vendors at our farmer's market.

All the modern boho touches you love baked into this pink + red wedding shoot

So many venues are embracing that super clean, white aesthetic that allows all of your colorful choices to totally stand out. That's definitely what's going on at this modern loft wedding inspiration. There are boho touches, the ever popular (with good reason!) macrame, touches of red and pink (both of their hair — amazing!), and floral details that made us all swoon. Don't miss the floral-covered hoop bouquet, the tiny desserts with a red theme, and the adorable sweetheart table with lucite table numbers!

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Masculine suits for women, trans men, and anyone who wants to look handsome AF

Hey dapper brides, trans men, and anyone else who wants to look their stylish best in a suit on their wedding day: have you found your look yet? If not, I've scrounged up a few killer options for custom-made masculine suits for women, trans men, and anyone. From butch to slightly femme, these suits are ripe for customizing to your look and measurements.

Which one would you rock?

A dreamy, handcrafted fall farm wedding in the Catskills

Lauren and Olivia (aka "Chicken") had the most dreamy farm wedding with epic views of the Catskill Mountains. We're talking rustic nature-inspired centerpieces, a rich autumn color palette, and a a rainbow effect in the bridesmaids dresses.

Don't miss the farm animals milling about, the lawn games, the handcrafted details, Olivia's chicken cufflinks(!), and these two gorgeous people in love…

Clashes of steel at this choose-your-own-adventure warrior wedding complete with a quest

As James and I met in martial arts, and one of our favorite things to do is go to Renaissance festivals, we decided to put a good third of our budget to awesome custom armor sets. We special-ordered swords. I made my own scabbard. We commissioned one of my favorite artists for custom illustration made into our tapestry.

We did our own simple decorations and set up. The ONE RULE for all attendees was that they had to come in some sort of costume (yes, even the officiant). The theme? "Choose your own adventure." We were not disappointed, and had an amazing time.