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This woodsy chic backyard wedding was a labor of love

Corey and George had an intimate wedding that celebrated the vibrant colors of fall and their waterfront backyard venue in the woods. They grew their own flowers, and the bride's mother made her bouquet which included a deer horn to honor the bride's father and the groom's mother. The groom surprised everyone with a live band, and they provided a huge drawing board for the kids and anyone who wanted to leave a love note for them. It was a chic backyard wedding, and a lovely labor of love with local vendors and gorgeous details.

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How to get a wedding photography discount for just being YOU

They say that things that sound too good to be true, usually are. But this is Offbeat Bride, where we do away with "the usual." In the case of our sponsor Justine Johnson, her deals are just as good as they sound… You either have the chance to have a completely free, completely amazing wedding photographer, just for being your completely awesome selves. Just for being you doing "you."

Here's how you can get Justine to shoot your wedding for either free, or deeply discounted…

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An intimate rustic Christmas wedding with a baby reveal

This pair had three months to plan their pre-baby Christmas-themed wedding in Connecticut with craft beer, awesomely festive DIYed decor all in a beautiful converted barn venue. But our favorite part was their giant Christmas present box that turned out to be a surprise gender reveal. Warning: there's a spoiler in the first photo! Come take a peek at this most awesome gender reveal wedding.

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Ride the "horse tornado" at Michelle & Adam's retro-inspired and geeky museum wedding

This wedding is ticking all our boxes with a carousel museum, retro style, a fab first dance, geeky touches, and a caramel apple station. Everything is delicious, nutritious, ambitious, and downright amazing. Don't miss the amazingly funny program including references to Firefly, a "horse tornado," a great unplugged explanation, and the "best man we could find."