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So you’re using a cane at your wedding! AWESOME! Many of these posts fit with our disability archives, but we’ve also just got great photos of blind brides walking down the aisle with their canes, steampunk grooms rocking their vintage-styled canes, and more!

A literary Dinosaur wedding with a purple dress and a bad-ass blind bride

Check out Elsa’s awesome manifesto that challenges the WIC’s assumptions about what is “bridal,” to get to know this awesome bride. Then get a load of the dino and Doctor Who details, purple swingin’ dress, and “steamcane” that made this wedding fabulous.

Allison & Sage’s Buddhist gothic gluten-free wedding

With 90 days to plan their wedding, these two pulled off a fusion of Victorian Gothic and Traditional Taiwanese that will blow your mind. Her beyond-gorgeous kimono and his dapper top hat and cane make for fabulous photos, but their thoughtful buffet of eats-for-all-eaters is a real sight to see, even if they did need help figuring out how to cut the cake. PS: the rally music for paper-crane-folding party? Awesome.

Sheena & Leo’s romantic garden wedding in a castle with dragons

Thar be dragons! What we have is a traditional romantic wedding with a deep red ball gown, a castle garden backdrop, and subtle dragons — on the cake, the invitations, and the groom’s amazing cane. Plus, the bride’s surprise shoes are killer.

Anna & Jon’s family and sweets, hot-day wedding

On a VERY rare blazingly hot day in the UK, this colorful pair donned their respective purple veil and top hat to get married. Their goals were charmingly simple: family, sweets, and color. Oh, and don’t forget to check out the giant mob of long-haired and bearded men!

Shanna & LP’s queertastic gothic Victorian celebration of love

Corsets, sword canes, cat cupcake toppers, and a stylin’ gender-neutral party of “wing people.” That’s the fun in store with this celebration of throwing caution and gender to the wind. Plus, there’s a heaping helping of gothic Victorian fashion.

Blind women get married too

I realized that if I was going to be “bridal” in their eyes, I was going to have to change who I am. I am proudly disabled …and I will not change to meet what the Wedding Industry believes is bridal.