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The artwork at this multicultural League of Legends wedding will blow your mind

Our theme was our favorite video game, League of Legends. We wanted to incorporate our love of the game but still make our non-gamer guests comfortable. Even in the early stages of planning, we applied this theme.

Our save-the-dates, invites, and even our engagement photos included handmade illustrations made by me with some kind of League of Legends Easter egg.

An ultra chic high-flying hot air balloon elopement over Palm Springs

Caity and Tim are two adventurers from Australia who had planned a cross-country road trip that began with a sunrise elopement in a hot air balloon that floated over the Palm Springs desert. After they touched down, it was on to exploring the desert towns and meandering back to the hotel for brunch by the pool. They then planned the rest of their cross-country road trip across America.

Just wait until you see this ultra chic high-flying hot air balloon wedding…

Succulents, wishing trees, & a zither at this modern art gallery wedding

Joanne and Shandra's brunch wedding at an art gallery was full of sweet and emotional moments, a ring dog, cultural touches, and adorable brunch bites. Their decor was a perfect match for the art gallery wedding, including a wishing tree, their answer to a guestbook where guests could hang handwritten cards with advice and well-wishes.

There were succulents, a zither(!), and a processional song for each lady (“Love Today” by MIKA for Shandra and the Rocky Theme Song for Joanne). Don't miss the macarons that said "Happy Wedding" on them in three different languages!

Let's journey to this sweet travel-themed queer wine country wedding

We had a travel theme! We both loved to travel before we met and have loved traveling together. The invitations were train tickets (all aboard!) and the table assignments were a country scavenger hunt of the places we’ve been or want to go together (know your geography)! As an officiant myself, I always encourage couples to decide what traditions work for them. One of the great things about a queer wedding is that you have to do that work. There's no traditional order or distinct bride/groom roles, so we got to figure everything out, from who proposed to whom (first) to who danced with whose parents at the reception. It was amazing.

Tip a hat to this peacock, cowboys, and cacti wedding in San Diego

Anne and Chad wanted to bring a lovable, fun, and laid-back take to their cowboys and cacti wedding in San Diego. They were married over the summer at a really fun venue in San Diego, Leo Carrillo Ranch, with peacocks roaming and sand all around.

Anne rocked a gorgeous gown while Chad took his outfit to a new level with beautiful embroidery, a bolero, and cowboy hat. This wedding is totally chock full of color and personality — the ring bearer even rode down the aisle in a John Deere tractor!