Reclaiming traditions: you CAN love a taffeta wedding dress

"I'm going through the traumatic process that is wedding dress shopping, and I'm really open-minded about what I'll consider (you have to be when white isn't in the plans). But I didn't expect to fall in love with a taffeta dress online… Taffeta?!"

If taffeta (or any other traditional fabric) sounds too traditional for you, think again. We've come a long way since our rebel "fuck taffeta" days. Let's take a look…

A little bit retro, a little bit punk: this woodsy Maine wedding has it all

Siobhan and Tom's wedding had a retro feel with just some hints of punk and rock 'n' roll. They were in a pop punk band together in Seattle, so their wedding took some inspiration from their musical background. They also had pizza, donuts, Simpsons references, and seriously gorgeous Maine fall foliage.

Don't miss the macrame backdrop, floral bridesmaids dresses, and mismatched plates…

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This flowery and stylish bohemian wedding inspiration will make you long for embroidery and pops of pink

This bohemian wedding inspiration was designed all around the gorgeous vintage embroidered dress with intricate details and I can't think of a better reason. It's FAB. It had been up-cycled from an old tablecloth and had so many rich colors and metallics to inform all of the other details.

Don't miss all the organic details, boho style, and of course, THAT DRESS!

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Coffee, tattoos, & bubbles at this vegan botanical garden wedding in Virginia

Ashley channeled a bohemian goddess from head to gold-toe Doc Martens, and Dave rocked his tux with his signature fully ringed fingers. The ceremony was performed by a family friend, surrounded by a small group of family and friends in the stunning atrium. Both Ashley and Dave are coffee enthusiasts so for their cocktail hour they had a coffee bar by Caffe Amouri.

Their vegan wedding dinner was Irish breakfast-themed catered by DC Vegan. At the end, they were sent off by a cascade of bubbles. You've got to see this one…

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A stunningly moody Kentucky art gallery wedding with glowing details

Gretchen and Landen found an art gallery as their venue so their decor was already mostly set and amazing. They really wanted to showcase the venue with it's displayed art pieces and graffiti. All it needed were some simple white tablecloths with candles, acrylic table numbers (that Gretchen and her father made), and uncomplicated greenery as centerpieces.

It was a glowing, moody, and seriously gorgeous wedding that you won't want to miss…