If these aren't the dreamiest Paris engagement photos, I'll eat my chapeau

Engagement goals: "Isaac learned how to ride a bike earlier this year for the first time. He learned because he knew that I wanted to ride bikes together through the city. He actually bought a bike and started practicing every afternoon so he could be ready to bike with me for our trip, it was super sweet and thoughtful. So the afternoon we spent biking around the city was definitely a highlight."

A stunning riverside wedding on a cold November day in Connecticut

Ebony and Henry were married on a very cold Connecticut November day at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station. But the sun was shining and their sweet first look warmed us all up. Their reception was covered in sparkles, purple accents, antique books, and delicious treats.

Don't miss the rustic birch-inspired cake, succulent placecards/favors and the very fun chalkboard guest book.

This Virginia backyard wedding combined Scottish heritage with Lord of the Rings

Quarters Farm was not only a beautiful place for Krystyn and Joe to celebrate their wedding day but is also close to their hearts. Joe grew up in the family home on the property. The bed and breakfast and barn were transformed into the most gorgeous wedding space, too. Their casual boho vibe included elements of Lord of the Rings, one of the couples' favorite series. They also planned events and outfit changes to celebrate Joe's Scottish heritage, including Highland games. Don't miss all of their decor touches, much of which was handmade by Krystyn's sister. Keep an eye out for a huge "One Ring," jars of wildflowers, a flower dude, and loads of kilts…

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It's Hades & Persephone in this Greek myth-inspired underworld wedding inspiration

We are loving this Greek underworld-inspired wedding inspiration for the mythology lover in all of us. Real-life couple Tonya and Jessie were inspired by the god and goddess Hades and Persephone of the underworld with The Fates in attendance as flower girls.

Don't miss the black and red dress with red crystal crown (Persephone was queen of the underworld, after all!), florals with deep roses, dark leaves, and hints of forbidden fruit, and the huge and amazing goth chic cake.