A chill & rustic California redwoods wedding with pups

We wanted to have backyard celebration with a chill, Sunday afternoon vibe gathered with all of our closest friends and family. Obviously, our backyard wasn't big enough, so we went to our other "backyard," a county park near where we live. The redwoods reminded us of our first dates, which consisted of many hikes amongst the redwoods.

A sweet elopement with positive energy (despite the bride not being able to see!)

There was no theme. We chose simple, light colors that would go well together. We had eight close family members there. My four-year-old was the flower girl. I dressed my four-year-old and nine-month-old in the same dress. The venue gave us two hours for the ceremony and pictures which I thought was a lot of time until I had trouble with my vision causing a 45-minute delay in start time. At the end of all that, I went down the aisle not being able to see.

A geeky, fandom-themed wedding with a black and white gown (with a Darth Vader walk down the aisle!)

For two awesome humans who met at a zombie larp(!), they had the amazingly nerdy wedding you would expect and it was glorious. Each guest table was decorated with a different fandom, from Harry Potter to Dresden Files to Conan the Barbarian. Their card holder was a hand-made sarlacc pit (complete with little skeleton couple). Their cake was Star Wars and Alien-themed. Don't miss Ashley’s black and white dress and black veil…

Sunflowers & architectural bliss at this intimate New York Public Library elopement

Victoria and Ricardo's New York Public Library elopement harnessed the beauty of the architecture and grandeur of the New York institution. They had about 20 of their closest family and friends around them to celebrate their love. The architectural backdrop of the Library provided a rustic and historic feel to their intimate celebration, with Ricardo's two children participating as a ring bearer and best man.

Don't miss the sunflower bouquet and ceremony belly laughs…

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Sunflower wedding with doggie friends

What could be happier than a bright yellow sunflower wedding? "If we were going to do a wedding it was going to be us," say Rue and James. Their red and yellow celebration of love at Omar Arts and Events in Omaha combined their favorite things into a spectacular romantic event that was just the way they wanted it to be.