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Jeweled peacocks and gourmet donuts at this Portland meets India wedding

Following a month-long trip and a traditional wedding in India, Jess and Chintan returned home to Portland, Oregon for a low key, small, and simple wedding with friends that took place on April Fool's Day. The day began with a civil ceremony at Multnomah County Courthouse where the judge was gifted with a custom cake by Dream Cakes. Jessica rocked a custom-made gown, gold Loubotins, and gold sequin Converse for the reception.

After taking a romantic pedicab tour around the city, they returned home to their newly built house with their friends and family for treats from Voodoo Donuts and Poplandia popcorn following a dinner of sweet and savory grilled sandwiches from local food trucks, PBJ’s Grilled and Koi Fusion. It was delicious, gorgeous, and a total fusion of their favorite things.

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This masquerade dragon wedding satisfies your inner khaleesi AND Disney princess

We're celebrating the release of Game of Thrones season six this week by featuring Andrew and Nicki's kick-ass masquerade dragon wedding. It was a combination of Disney, masquerade, renaissance, and fantasy and it made our geek-loving day. Don't miss the castle backdrop at the reception, the dragon cake, the bride's blue gown, and the groom's hobbit hole cake. Channel your inner khaleesi and Disney princess for this masquerade dragon wedding fabulousness.

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Winter flora on parade: 16 of our favorite winter wedding bouquets

See that fabulously rustic winter-themed bouquet up there? The bride, Fern, was totally at the whim of her florist — who just took the idea of a winter bouquet and ran with it. Sometimes when you let creative folks free, you get some seriously amazing results, like some of the the winter wedding bouquets you're about to eat through your eyeballs. We've got red with green, sparkly crystals, paper flowers, GIANT paper flowers, stunning brooch bouquets, clean and simple white arrangements, multicolored succulents, winter wildflowers, and so much more. Let's get our flora on.

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A rustic country wedding with an old-fashioned ho-down

Andrea and Steve were inspired by their own way of life when they planned their rustic country wedding. They gorgeously combined a formal, black tie event with a huge family jamboree and old fashioned ho-down. Everyone was encouraged to come with a musical instrument and the drive to rock out. They both come from families who love jam nights and réveillons, so the ho-down was simply back to basics for this music-loving crowd.