THIS is what happens when you get married at a Fairyland amusement park

Peggy and Bill's playful wedding took place at Children's Fairyland in Oakland, California and seriously captured the fairy tale spirit of the venue. The fairy tale theme carried over through all of their details, with nods to Alice in Wonderland, keys to unlock the story though the park, and spell books on the tables with moss and fairy lights. I can totally see how they would all feel transported to a magical place. Let's get to the magical fairyland wedding…

A rural California rock 'n' roll family wedding under the stars

Sarah and Michael married on June 21, 2017 in rural Covelo, CA. The couple chose to get married at Sarah's family home, where they first met, and where Sarah gave birth to their daughter, Maddie. The ceremony began with the groomsmen and bridesmaids having a dance-off down the aisle, and, as Sarah began to walk down the aisle, one of Michael's friends surprised him by taking the mic and singing "Kiss the Girl" from The Little Mermaid, which then led to the entire audience singing along.

Let's take a peek at this rock 'n' roll family wedding under the stars…

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Unicorns & pink everything at this sparkly, over-the-top disco party wedding

After lots of soul searching and important conversations we decided that marriage was for us. But we weren't really inspired by the weddings in bridal magazine or any venues… until we learned that you could get married at the Madonna Inn. The place is over the top, nauseatingly pink, and tacky in the best of ways — just like what I imagine my heart looks like.

We decided to double down on this wild venue and fill the wedding with all things rainbow, mixed textures, bright, shiny, and fun…

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Enjoy the dark forest vibes at this moody and macabre wedding

We wanted to create a dark, moody vibe without going to over the top goth. We wanted our wedding to reflect who we as as people and as a couple. We both love the macabre. We decided to have our wedding have reflect elements of death (skulls, etc.) and life (lush plants, etc.) to represent the end of what came before as it transitioned to the new life we were creating together.

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Wait until you see the vintage kitsch at this quirky artist wedding

Sarah and Adam are two talented artists who decided to get married in the quirky compound of Hicksville Pines in Idyllwild, CA. Guests were each given each a ceramic mug that Sarah made, and her wedding altar was something borrowed from a friend that had used it before. Just wait until you see all the retro centerpieces, awesome kitsch details, and granny chic (one of my fave styles!)…