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Camp Evermore: an ethereal autumnal wedding adventure

From our initial planning, we had two big goals: a FUN wedding that demonstrated that LOVE is Love. We're from the Midwest and queer weddings are not the norm for our families, but we knew we wanted to plan an experience that was memorable and also helped normalize the beauty of all love. These two goals guided every detail of our autumnal wedding adventure planning.

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This lovely & rainy Catskills wedding got flooded out but a last-minute venue switched saved it

Christine and Josh had planned a camping wedding, but on the day, it was pouring rain. Their campsite got flooded and they needed a plan B. Amazingly, a neighbor down the road heard about their wedding and offered their barn to them, if they didn't mind clearing it out. All their family and friends worked that morning to clean and decorate, and they even created log benches that morning. They made the best of the weather, handing out umbrellas, and ending the night by sending off fire lanterns. They had friends and family from all over the world, Lebanese food, doggos in a ties, and a REALLY gorgeous dress! Let's take a peek at this rainy Catskills wedding in New York…

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A rustic music festival wedding in the towering redwoods

A ceremony beneath towering redwoods. A giant rainy parade (with colorful parasols!) from ceremony to reception led by an epic brass band. Bad-ass live music into the wee hours. A couple who both jumped in to join the bands! Yep, it was just as awesome as it sounds.

In addition to the redwoods at Pema Osel Ling, there were cabins, camping, and hula hooping in a wedding dress. Megan and Dave were tearful, joyful, and music festival vibes were everywhere. Don't miss the brollies, gorgeous cakes, and face cut-outs on the dance floor!

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A nature-loving Poconos camp wedding with a fire ceremony(!)

Katie and Stephen work together on a farm in New Jersey. Stephen is a livestock farmer, and Katie is the Director of Education and Agritourism at the farm. So their wedding had TONS of details perfect for the wedding of two nature-lovers.

Don't miss the log slice guest book, planter favors (from thrift stores!), solar water garden decor, and adorable heart welcome signs at this Poconos camp wedding…

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A summer solstice glamping elopement in the redwoods

Amanda and Josh moved across the country to the Seattle area from the East Coast, and made a point to explore the forests and scenery. They wanted to include nature by having a "glamping" elopement in the redwoods with a long day spent in each other's company before exchanging personal vows. And to make that day as long as possible, they got married on the longest day of the year: the summer solstice!