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George & Jade’s intimate Cape Town wedding

Capetown’s gorgeous scenery is the perfect backdrop for this sweet and intimate chapel wedding. You need to see this bride’s necklace/shoulder jewelry AND the groom’s adorable I’m-so-happy-to-marry-this-woman cheer or else our work isn’t done. Our only regret is not being invited to their second ceremony in Zimbabwe!

Emily & Aaron’s monochromatic DIYed wedding

The bride lives in black, so her dress totally had to incorporate the color. Add in her blue hair (her “something blue”), gorgeous black and white veil, their classic ride, and a tear-y groom, and you’ve got this gorgeous Aussie wedding with DIY details. Just wait until you see the groom at the beginning of the ceremony. Oh, and wait until you see how a five-year engagement helped them overcome a challenge.

A DIY-styled vintage vineyard-meets-Gatsby LA wedding

Corrie and Renie had one of the sweetest weddings at Heavenly Pond, a hidden gem in LA’s Franklin Canyon Park. There’s just so much LOVE here: everything from the happy, vibrant guests to the sun streaming down during the ceremony is a little bit divine.

Natalie & Mark’s stress-free wedding in the Australian heat

We love this bride’s black, lacy dress, the couple’s totally stress-avoiding attitude, cake-cutting “grr” faces, and super awesome wedding party photo picnic idea. And for any of you dealing with hassles about losing weight for the wedding, this bride’s rational and kick-ass method for dealing with it is a MUST-READ.

Sarah & Mark’s red ribbon rose steampunk library handfasting

Put on your goggles and your neo-Victorian gear, because this is STEAMPUNK WEEK! Today we’ve got a Victorian-styled red rose wedding paired with a book theme and a red dress with a peacock train. We’re talking a book cake, book pages bunting, a fabulous DIYed top hat, and all the vivid red you can handle.

Steph & Mark’s 1950s rockabilly wedding

We love us some rockabilly chic, and this wedding has got the goods. Classic cars, victory rolls, a tattoo-inspired cake, and a handmade black retro dress. Add in the wise-cracking brother who walked the bride down the aisle and some sweet family memorial photos, and you’ve got the recipe for a family-focused good time.