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We love the green wedding dress at this alternative atheist wedding

This green wedding dress and bridal cape combination utterly enchants at Cat and Tyler’s alternative atheist wedding. Cat and Tyler made an effort to work with local businesses for their atheist wedding, with a focus on women-owned, BIPOC, and queer-owned wedding vendors.

Must-haves for your medieval fantasy wedding

From medieval fantasy outfits to viking accessories to pure period pieces, we’ve put together a few must-have looks for your medieval wedding wardrobe.

Nonbinary fantasy wedding with a first sword duel

From the bespoke suit fashion to the sword duel instead of a first dance, this nonbinary fantasy wedding was nothing short of a faery-tale wonderland. Jessica’s wedding cape and Kristen’s jeweled floral crown are here to take nonbinary fashion finery to a whole new level!

Queen in the North: a fierce and romantic wedding look with raven flair

Queen in the North: a fierce and romantic wedding look with raven flair

We all may still be reeling from the end of Game of Thrones, whether satisfied with the various plot lines or ready to revolt. Either way, there’s one character I stanned as a bad-ass leader with killer style: Sansa Stark. I’ll avoid spoilers, of course, but did want to share this glorious fashion shoot featuring another fierce redhead who looks amazing in a long gown with a bit of raven flair.

Glitz, ombre, & DETAILS: wedding capes have gotten a serious upgrade

Gorgeous wedding capes [updated for 2022!]

One trend I’m super excited about is a wedding cape. Or capelet. Or royal-as-hell cloak.

Benefits of a wedding cape: won’t cover up an elaborate hairstyle, covers your shoulders in a modest setting like a church, gives us major ethereal vibes, and TURNS YOU INTO AN ACTUAL SUPERHERO. Let’s see what kind of glam, colorful, and chic wedding capes we found…

A majestic Irish castle wedding with death metal & sword-bearing protectors

A majestic Irish castle wedding with death metal & sword-bearing protectors

We both love castles and Irish history, and Craig wanted to have a death metal band play, so we found somewhere where that was possible, and arranged everything around that. We didn’t have a specific theme, but the castle definitely inspired some elements of our wedding. We decided to include our two swords in the day as there is a Viking tradition to exchange swords at your wedding as a promise to protect each other.