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Tea towel invites & ombre roses, at this bilingual fairy tale wedding

Venus and Sam rocked a colorful, bilingual wedding at the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine, FL with wedding invites printed on tea towels(!), ombre rose waterfall centerpiece(!!), and a cake exploding with flowers inside(!!!). There were also bath bomb favors (made by Venus' sister), lookalike clay figurine cake toppers, and color everywhere.

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A vintage autumn fairytale wedding (with a bit of parkour!)

The main theme was surrounding the fairytale idea. We got married in a castle, so even though I'm not super into princesses or fairy tales, it all just fit together. I also wanted it to feel like a real fall wedding, since fall is my favorite season. It was a little tough since the only season you really notice in Texas is summer! We centered our color palette around autumn tones so that people would just walk in and know that this was a fall-themed wedding.

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THIS is what happens when you get married at a Fairyland amusement park

Peggy and Bill's playful wedding took place at Children's Fairyland in Oakland, California and seriously captured the fairy tale spirit of the venue. The fairy tale theme carried over through all of their details, with nods to Alice in Wonderland, keys to unlock the story though the park, and spell books on the tables with moss and fairy lights. I can totally see how they would all feel transported to a magical place. Let's get to the magical fairyland wedding…