Be wowed by this eccentric Denver bicycle wedding with costumes, singing, and a "first lap"

Every detail of Alisha and Ben's eccentric Denver bicycle wedding was handmade by a family member or friend (even the dress!). The day started out with a costumed bicycle ride around the city and Ben was adorned in a wedding gown and a sash.

After the bike ride, the couple changed into their wedding attire while guests sipped on homemade beer, played lawn games, and socialized.


Don't miss the gilded gold tutu dress at this forest festival wedding

Anna and Zack celebrated their wedding with camping, costumes, fairy wings, and surrounded by nature and their loved ones. They dubbed it a "Union Festival" and invited their guests to join them for a full weekend of camping and dancing. Anna's short gold dress shined like she was a warrior princess. Are you ready for this forest festival wedding?


Major heart eyes for this Indian wedding at Burning Man

In the middle of the playa amid dust and love, Avni and Pavan rocked their most awesome outfits (a short white dress and white mehndi for her, a floral jacket and rad sunnies for him) to get married. This Indian wedding at Burning Man had an intimate feel despite it being at a hugh-jass festival of art and culture. If you're not familiar with it, this archive will help.

Let's peek at this gorgeous couple making it official in the desert of Nevada with their awesomely-clad pals…


A campy retro Vegas elopement with Elvis and "The American Dream"

If there was ever a testament to taking your own elopement photos, it's this super fun campy retro Vegas elopement. They turned their Vegas wedding into a mini vacation with shows, tourist traps, and so many amazing candid shots. They look like they had the best time and we get to go along for the ride. Let's peek at this killer Vegas elopement…


This magical cave wedding had fire dancing, ukuleles, and acroyoga

Mindy and Luke had searched for a venue in which a large number of family and friends could come and celebrate, camp out, and enjoy a champagne toast. Believe it or not, there was little to be found until they found the Woodward Cave in Woodward, PA. You know we LOVE a good cave wedding. With a barefoot wedding party, retro clothing, guests and participants offering everything from fire dancing to ukulele playing and acroyoga, this rockstar couple really had a magical cave wedding.