Betsy & Kent's polka-dots and April Fool's pizza party wedding

This week we're celebrating the tea-length, the mini, and the cocktail — that's right, it's short dress week! Today we've got a backyard wedding with family vows, Mad-Libs, polka dots, trivia, and tons of pizza. How did these two know exactly what we wanted to see today? Perk up your midweek with this super sweet, family-centric wedding on a Tuesday.


Susan & Jana's barn dance wedding in the Catskills

A couple of theater kids planned a big ol' barn dance deep in the mountains with custom koozies, beer favors, paper flowers, a coed bouquet toss, and a furry ring bearer. Add in a shared cupcake "cake cutting" and some extra heartfelt speeches, and everyone will be in love with this love. Just be warned if you're planning a mountain wedding: cell reception may be sparse!


Sandra-Lee & Conrad's rustic fall intimate outdoor wedding

Handmade bunting, loads of fabric streamers, a first dance right after the tearful ceremony, and some out-of-this-planet scenery make this rustic and rainy wedding a sight to see. You'll definitely want to see the little note the bride left for the groom before the ceremony, too. Oh, and we learned that when you don't have an umbrella, a unicorn mask works in a pinch.


The Holman Ranch Vineyards & Winery is the rustic chic venue of your wine country wedding dreams

Tucked away in the rolling hills of Carmel Valley, California, our sponsor the historic Holman Ranch Vinyards and Winery provides the perfect rustic-chic setting for your wine country wedding. Wanna hear some awesome name-drop-y history? The estate served as an exclusive hideaway for many Hollywood celebrities including Charlie Chaplin! Now do you wanna hear how Holman Ranch is going to rock your wine country wedding? Even on a smaller budget? Of course you do…


Barbara & Don's eclectic LA gallery wedding

A 12/12/12 wedding at noon?! That's some memorable date. Plus, since it was a Wednesday, this pair combined the magic midweek wedding with a daytime wedding for budget-friendly bliss. But there was no shortage of style here. The bride described the gallery ceremony space as "an eclectic mix of old and new with a hint of creepy." Sounds like a fab combo, and once you see it, you'll agree. Oh, and wait until you hear how the bride handled a touchy tattoo subject with her conservative family.