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Piñatas, tacos, & cascarones at this Mexican-inspired DIY wedding in Chicago

Steph and David wanted their wedding guests to feel like they were attending a party in their home. Steph made a piñata for the card box, cascarones (Mexican confetti bombs!) to throw after the ceremony, and a ton of fun table decor. Don't miss the taco bar, pies and paletas for dessert, some serious dancing and video games, and, of course, piñatas. Steph and David had custom piñatas made to represent them: a cat for Steph and a dinosaur for David. Almost too cute to break!

Let's hear from Steph about how it all came together…

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Get ready to fall hard for this Jewish-Mexican wedding in Oxford, England

I am a rabbi's daughter from New York, while Anna grew up in Mexico City (we met in England in an aerial dance class, as one does). Rather than choosing one cultural tradition, we decided to do everything that was important to us.

We now live in the British countryside, so that became part of the wedding aesthetic as well, with Anna mixing a colourful Mexican colour palette and bouquet of succulents with a tweed jacket and her polo whites.

A sweet family boho elopement redo in Prospect Park in Brooklyn

Melissa and Rey eloped back in 2016 and wanted to recapture the magic of that day, this time with their baby boy, Aion, to oversee all the festivities. They had a gorgeous and colorful vow renewal at New York's Prospect Park followed by a picnic of traditional Dominican and Chinese sweets.

This wedding blends tradition with whimsy at The New Children's Museum in San Diego

With their wedding ceremony at the iconic Immaculata at USD and reception at The New Children's Museum, Jazmine and Michael were able to pull off both traditional and whimsical. This stunning wedding had meaningful cultural traditions with lots of twists. From bridesmen to mimicking the San Diego Kissing Statue to choreographed dances and break dancing, this wedding kept us on our toes.

Chinese culture meets Toronto style at this Eastern & Western fusion wedding inspiration

Lee's Restaurant is an amazing backdrop for fusing traditional Chinese cooking techniques with fun twists from Western and European flavors. Plus, it's full of bold colors and textures that just look rad in general. So you're going to go full heart eyes for this modern meets edgy wedding inspiration. Keep an eye out for the silver dollars in the table settings and the green jade jewelry in the bride's hair.