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We're deep-diving into this bride's last-minute dress swap for a coral prom dress

Asha and Joe had a gorgeous wedding at the Eagan Minnesota Community Center in Minneapolis. But my question was, where did Asha get that AMAZING coral dress? It turns out there's a lot more to it, including a dress swap from her original choice. Asha is a fashion blogger so what she chose to wear was key. Here's the scoop on her dress, flowers, and hair…

A rustic zodiac inspiration shoot in the foothills of Colorado (with a surprise vintage VW!)

This zodiac inspiration shoot was driven by constellation imagery with purples, gold, and a touch of galactic pink. Geometric and star shapes were used throughout, from the bride's hairpieces, to the geometric wedding arch, to the table decorations, and geode cake. Don't miss the bride's loose bouquet of wildflowers and sage and the surprise gold vintage Volkswagen that happened upon the scene without any planning!

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Constellations, a dragon cake, and BEARS at this Chicago planetarium wedding

Alex and Glenn were OVERFLOWING with ideas for their wedding. Alex's Indian heritage was featured during the ceremony overlooking Lake Michigan in Chicago by focusing on a stunning mehndi-inspired aisle runner. They held it at the spectacular Adler Planetarium(!) which capitalized on Glenn's love of constellations. Think outer space colors like deep fuchsia, purple, and blue, and "under the sea"-themed invitation suite, centerpieces featuring constellations and sea creatures,

Don't miss the two epic dresses the bride wore, the fabulous dragon cake, and the constellation coloring book…

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Reclaiming traditions: you CAN love a taffeta wedding dress

"I'm going through the traumatic process that is wedding dress shopping, and I'm really open-minded about what I'll consider (you have to be when white isn't in the plans). But I didn't expect to fall in love with a taffeta dress online… Taffeta?!"

If taffeta (or any other traditional fabric) sounds too traditional for you, think again. We've come a long way since our rebel "fuck taffeta" days. Let's take a look…