Old Hollywood glittery glam reigns at this retro theater wedding

We featured Dara and Michael's vintage-styled drive-in theater engagement photos that were the bee's knees. This week we are super lucky to be able to feature their whole wedding including even more vintage style, theater flair, and a couple of super cute and customized Funko figures as cake toppers. Don't miss the movie theater candy favors, Dara's Gatsby-inspired headpiece (it was like 1950s meets 1920s!), and Old Hollywood glam decor…

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Love + intention: a Wiccan park wedding with a breastfeeding baby as the "bouquet"

I’m a witch, my husband is not. He knows now after being with me this long that I care a great deal about ritual, intention, and love. So, we set out to do everything by hand. We braided our own handfasting rope, we decorated our broom together, we brewed mead together, we painted and created our whole twelve (12!) invitations together. During anything we did, we lit a red candle, and we would hush to each other about love. We would declare our intent.

A darkly eclectic jam session wedding with tux shirts & In-n-Out

Let's set the scene: a bride in black, a groom in shorts, a frolic in a cemetery, their cat in a tux, groomsmen in tux t-shirts, festivities at an RV park, music fest-style family jam sessions, grandmas palm reading, skeleton flamingos, catering from In-n-Out(!), and an excess of love. Have I got your attention yet?

Don't miss the skelly flamingos, mismatched bridesmaids, giant chess set, and epic bonfire late into the night…

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Be swept away by this nature-loving secret elopement in Annapolis

For us this day was a LONG time in the making. Rob and I have had a crazy, fun, and caring relationship from the very beginning and of course our wedding had those same traits. With both of us having chronic/incurable diseases, it has helped put a focus on living in the moment and loving each other with that same intensity. Every day being a battle with our bodies and what could come, we knew that we wanted to be in each other’s lives for good, so why not just make it official?

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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.