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Movies & mayhem at this joyful pop culture wedding (feat. a flower man!)

The return of the FLOWER MAN is here with this pop culture-loving wedding. Here's how it went down… We had nods to what we love everywhere. We had a Star Wars ice sculpture (half rebel alliance logo, half empire logo, and our first kiss was during A New Hope), Pulp Fiction cookie favors, a Game of Thrones donut wall, movie titled signature drinks…it was just us and things we love.

Donuts, pretzels, & cheesy photo fun at this New York City elopement

Cassie and Justin met ten years ago, only a year after Cassie had moved to New York from Toronto. They wanted their wedding to reflect who they were: low key but really fun. They invited their closest friends and parents to their sweet and fun New York City elopement.

Get ready for the NYC elopement of all of our dreams…

A glam & rustic Friday the 13th wedding

Kevin and I wanted to make sure our wedding was a representation of ourselves. We had planned on having the wedding in October once we got engaged and when we discovered there was a Friday the 13th in October 2017, we knew it was meant to be. Our wedding was Friday the 13th inspired with a dark yet natural vibe. The Codman Estate was the perfect mix of stunning natural scenery and modern convenience (bathrooms inside!). I wore a black dress (my dream) that I got at Macy's for under $150 which was a bonus for a thrifty maven.

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This Kingdom Hearts wedding proves video games can be totally elegant

"Our wedding theme was based on the video game Kingdom Hearts. It’s a beautiful game with beautiful music and messages of love and friendship. It was the first game I ever fell in love with and it was so fitting to celebrate it with the first man who ever captured my heart."

This Kingdom Hearts wedding totally rocks it with geek meets chic elegance…

A Chicago bookstore wedding with Hamilton and Santas…? Oh hell yes.

Tana and Zeb and twelve of their closest friends and family met at Powell’s Bookstore in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. They got married surrounded by books and then it off to explore Chicago. That meant famous places, Hamilton portraits, and some Santas? Yep, you'll have to see this one to believe it…