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This flowery and stylish bohemian wedding inspiration will make you long for embroidery and pops of pink

This bohemian wedding inspiration was designed all around the gorgeous vintage embroidered dress with intricate details and I can't think of a better reason. It's FAB. It had been up-cycled from an old tablecloth and had so many rich colors and metallics to inform all of the other details.

Don't miss all the organic details, boho style, and of course, THAT DRESS!

An ultra chic high-flying hot air balloon elopement over Palm Springs

Caity and Tim are two adventurers from Australia who had planned a cross-country road trip that began with a sunrise elopement in a hot air balloon that floated over the Palm Springs desert. After they touched down, it was on to exploring the desert towns and meandering back to the hotel for brunch by the pool. They then planned the rest of their cross-country road trip across America.

Just wait until you see this ultra chic high-flying hot air balloon wedding…

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Golden snitches and kilts at this geeky Scottish-inspired wedding in Maine

Denae and Daniel clearly spent so much time and so much love on the details of their Harry Potter geek Scottish wedding in Maine. Danae scouted all of her table settings from thrift stores to create the vintage-inspired setup. The ceremony archway was framed by replicas of the couple's pets: their cats and their lizard!

To cap it all off, there was a rainbow just as the reception was beginning. You just have to see it!

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A sea witch elopes underneath a pier with a man holding a guitar

When you see this North Carolina beach wedding, you'll know you've found sea-worthy bliss. A guitar, a bunch of mishaps, and a glam sea witch dress of our dreams… it's so worth the look. Here's what April, the bride, told us about marrying Andy, her doggy co-parent… "I know most people are looking for a very romantic story for how we met, but that wasn't exactly the reality for us…"

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When a French couple has a Western-meets-Laotian wedding in Laos

Chansouda and Phalakone are a French couple who grew up and met in Paris, moved to Montreal, and then returned to their roots to get married in Luang Prabang, Laos. They were married in a GORGEOUS villa, Villa Ban Khoy, a French-Lao house which sits on its own small peninsula.

They then had a Laotian ceremony AND a Western wedding in the afternoon. This one is a sight, y'all!

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Cheers to this low-key handmade brewery wedding in Chicago

Both the ceremony and reception were very focused on family — our siblings were standing up with us on our respective sides, and our parents and siblings were at the "head" table (which was located in the middle of the room). We ditched several traditions (cake-cutting, bouquet toss, etc.) that would eat up time so we could get straight to eating and dancing.

Our getaway car was my motorcycle — my husband jumped on the back and held my dress as we rode away with cans sounding the alarm of our nuptials.