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Erin & Michael’s colorful double-librarian restaurant party

This wedding has glittery shoes, an evening sunset ceremony, rainbow cake, colorful crinoline, and some awesome lessons learned the second time around. Keep an eye out for the groom’s “breast” friend, too.

Jamie & Jon’s three-day summer camp wedding

Let’s reminisce about being a kid with this summer camp wedding complete with crayons, popcorn favors, a “Hershey’s Kiss girl” instead of a flower girl, a camp out with a fire juggler, and an AMAZING pink ruffled corset gown (you may remember from here). Plus, get a load of the adorable matchy-match father and son kilts! My heart… I swoon! All that plus the sweetest groom-gets-teary first look ever.

Melissa & Scott’s atypical Southern Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em celebration

This Southern bride, her Southern family, and her Southern groom can tell you that we’re not all the cowboy boot-wearing girls depicted on TV and not all of our weddings look like a scene from Steel Magnolias. And in this wedding, it looks like FUN! Board games (including Mystery Date!), a Low Country Boil, a grown-up flower girl, and a pretty sweet processional make this a whole other ball game.

Aimee & T’s gothy geeky Victorian apocalypse Wedding

Librarians’ have awesome weddings! Day 2 of Library Week, proves that with Aimee and T’s Tim Burton, science-nerd, and Halo-influence wedding. Winter brides: check out the long-sleeved dress!

Tiffany & Nick’s hipster Bavarian wedding

In honor of Russian New Year’s (the week between New Year’s and Orthodox Christmas), we’re having an Eastern European theme week! For day 3 of Eastern European week, we have Tiffany & Nick’s wedding in the “Little Bavaria” of Michigan. This one is a bit of a stretch for the theme — roll with it! -Becca

Hayley & Patrick’s color-scheme-free, crazy-hair-filled wedding dorkfest

Haley & Patrick are lucky in the sense that both of their parents were very supportive of their offbeat-ness. This allowed them to have their wedding day their way. So, they had a quaker ceremony, followed by a reception filled with games and dancing!