Ruth & Andrew's spiritually eclectic museum wedding

This bride got a little perspective and went from "Super Special Shocking Spectacular" to real-life, community-driven, awesome wedding. With a shmancy museum backdrop, a handfasting, and a ring warming (with a time-saving twist), meaning and tears were not hard to come by. And give me a few non-matchy matchy bridesmaids' dresses with pockets any day.


Sharon & Mike's outdoor tandem bike wedding (with secret second ceremony)

This pair rode in on their tandem bike looking fab, taking names, and having the secular, non-legal wedding of their dreams. After a sweet ring warming (including a ring made from the bride's late paternal grandmother's ring), they accidentally walked away from the ceremony early. Wut? And yes, there was a second ceremony that was ADORABLE. Read on to see what happened.


Megan & Chris' summer carnival wedding with rockabilly style

This pair had a small wedding with BIG personality: a carnival-themed wedding with retro rockabilly style. There are lots of DIY projects to ogle, including the bride's brooch bouquet, crochet bouquets, button bouquets (so much bouquet love!), a colorful candy buffet, and circus-style banners. Step right up and feast your eyes on the spectacle!


Rita Marie & Sergio's intimate celebration of marriage

Small and intimate weddings are often killer in that they let you focus on what and who really matters to you. This sweet and small wedding encapsulates that sentiment perfectly. They had a pre-wedding ring warming in their hometown in Texas and an eight-person ceremony and reception in San Francisco (which allowed the groom's mom to officiate!).