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Chile, Burning Man, and coastlines merge at this multicultural anniversary photo shoot

This couple had a multicultural anniversary photo shoot that drew inspiration from Burning Man, the Chilean circus culture to focus on something organic and natural. They incorporated both forest and ocean imagery to represent their backgrounds. Don't miss all the color, textures, and quirkiness that represented their respective cultures including the handmade hat and headpiece, as well as the parasol, which had little hearts, typical from the Aymara from the north of Chile.

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Old Hollywood meets the macabre at this cinema wedding on Friday the 13th

Tiffani and Schuyler had their ceremony in an old historic movie palace including having their names on the marquee, and wedding-themed B-Movie posters replacing the current showings on the outdoor frames. They had campy movies like "I Married A Monster From Outer Space," "Bride Of Frankenstein," and "Bride Of The Monster."

Oh, and they had a Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory-themed dessert table!

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Have a "first donut" at this stunning rustic barn wedding

Lauren and Tyson had one of those weddings where you can't stop scrolling to see what covetable detail you'll want to snag next. There were lawn games, "first donuts," vintage plates, a birch wedding cake, and some of the most lovely rustic chic decor we've seen. You'll die when you see the huge barn door that served as their ceremony arch. To.die.for.

Try and stop yourself from grinning when you see this rustic barn wedding in Florida…

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Pine cones, flowery hair, and forest chic combine at this rustic wedding

Shelby and Nic's rustic mountain wedding has everything we love: succulents, woodsy vibes, a hot chocolate station, and even pine cone cake toppers! It's totally elegance meets outdoors for hiking and glitter lovers. Jeez, that's a killer combination! You'll fall for it, too, I promise.

Let's check out the gorgeously minimal color palette, boho-style dress, and flowery hairstyle that SLAYS…

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This bride altered her original wedding gown for her gorgeous vow renewal

My husband, Anindeep, and I came to our tenth wedding anniversary very much different people than we were so long ago, now personally and emotionally more enriched. We decided a vow renewal was necessary to celebrate ourselves in this new chapter in realizing our individual selves and expressing our togetherness more meaningfully to each other.

Photography (duh) and fashion are priorities for me, so with NO attire budget and exponentially growing dressmaking skills, I suddenly found the confidence to alter my own wedding gown.