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Get starry-eyed with this creative DIY wedding in a historic Chicago park

Amanda and Melody tied the knot after almost ten years of being together. Melody is an artist so aesthetics were key. They chose a geode theme and iridescent color scheme for the wedding details and decor. Melody brought her creative touches to the handmade bow ties, boutonnieres and bouquets made from Palo Santo and colorful gem stones, and elaborate table settings featuring black candle sticks, geodes, and photos of the couple. They even built their own geode-like backdrop for the photo booth and a friend created a fabulous geode cake.

It's Pride month! Let's deck out your LGBTQ+ wedding with these rainbow wedding details

June is celebrated in most areas of the U.S. as Pride Month. While we love to celebrate LGBTQ+ weddings all year round, we especially like to give some special attention to Pride-themed weddings during the month of June.

If you're planning a wedding celebration that includes some rainbow imagery, that's awesome! If you're in a rainbow state of mind, there are so many options for you to rock your pride flag, literally, on your wedding day.

Breweries, architecture, & canoodling at this engagement homage to Kansas City

Leslie and Cassidy both attended Rockhurst University in Kansas City but didn't meet until years into their programs while both attending a mission trip in the Caribbean. They both love breweries and Kansas City, so even though they now live in St. Louis, they wanted to have their engagement session in the city close to their hearts. They canoodled and nuzzled their way through the beautiful Kauffman Center in Kansas City and we can't get enough…

This intimate, queer state capitol wedding brought the perfect amount of rainbow magic

Megan and Bri met at a roller derby after party, spent the evening talking about My Little Pony, and everything just clicked from there. It was love. They love spending time together fishing, hiking, watching PBS, and playing games, or cuddling with their two kitties, Little and Georgia.

Their wedding was intimate, with just their two sets of parents, Bri's sister, and Megan's aunt, and was absolutely lovely. Megan's dad bought a rainbow umbrella in case of rain, and while it wasn't originally part of the plan, pretty much everyone in attendance had their picture taken with the umbrella, even their officiant, Judge Kloppenburg!

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Disney villains meet classic heroes at this high fantasy wedding

I have worked in the wedding industry for five years now and when my partner and I decided to get married I didn’t want anything “Wedding” — so what did we do? We had a Heroes and Villains themed wedding! It was a wedding filled with love and little bits from friends and family. We danced the night away and played games at every table. And in not-so-true villain fashion, I got the girl in the end!