Modern meets Renaissance at this New York wine cellar wedding

Judith and Nick had a chic New York City wedding with Renaissance-inspired outfits, Jewish cultural traditions, and a wine cellar venue. There was a little DIY, a lot of help from family and friends, and now we have a ton of great advice from the couple. Let's see what they had to say about their gorgeous New York wine cellar wedding…

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A queer femme/transfeminine interfaith feminist celeGAYtion

It was important to both of us to represent both of our faith traditions, and to incorporate our vibrant, polyamorous, queer, trans communities as much as possible. My partner is a bearded, genderqueer, transfeminine person, and it was really important to us to be visible and proud about our relationship because so many people think that people like us can't (or don't deserve) to find love and happiness. Caleb rocked a gorgeous wine-colored wedding dress, while I went with a more traditional white gown, and we did our damndest to show the world that love like this will not be hidden.

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Full steam ahead for this fabulous taco truck wedding

Let's talk fuchsia hair, geometric-meets-floral decor, a delish taco truck, and serious laughs and smiles the whole time. That's this taco truck wedding. It's all about fun and it totally shows. Don't miss the shoe swap, the Archer cake(!), and the rustic chic venue of our DREAMS. You'll dig this wedding so hard…

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We're bowled over by this creative wedding in Seattle (with a hand-dyed dress!)

Dana and John's space-y and creative wedding had some seriously intricate and beautiful details. There were constellations at every table, a huge and ornate chuppah made of paper, and the highlight of our lives: Dana's hand-dyed wedding dress. We could go on, but hey, we've got the whole story from the bride! Let's take a peek at all the details plus lots of commentary from the couple…