A 1950s-inspired rustic vintage craft beer wedding

I love '50s-inspired everything so my dress was tea-length and my makeup was more of a pin-up look with a birdcage veil and victory roll. We also really looked for an off-the-beaten-path location in New Jersey, which is not so easy! We settled on the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ which is an old grist mill. Our ceremony was in the saw mill. We are also huge craft beer fans, so our tables were covered with hop leaves and our centerpieces were our own personal growlers. I tried to do a lot of DIY with decorating the pallets and using old windows for signs and the seating arrangement.

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A fabulous retro drive-in meets cocktail party prom

There wasn't a real theme for the wedding, other than "Let's Duerr It," based on our last name. It was our URL, hashtag, and was prominently displayed in large balloons on stage. One friend had made the comment that she felt like she was at a prom, "in the best possible way." We got married at an old drive-in hot dog stand called Superdawg, where we had one of our first dates. Our friends Kate and Pete chauffeured us in their '61 Lincoln Continental and the officiant was our friend Louie. The guest list was about 15 people (plus our dog, Stanley) and the ceremony lasted about five minutes.

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A laid-back Friday 13th Wedding with antlers and a killer pink suit

Alex and Mick's Friday the 13th wedding featured some of the most amazing details we've seen: a hand-painted antler headpiece, Mick's killer hot pink suit, handmade rings (that they made!), and an after party at some pubs. This is a wedding I can only wish I attended. Here's a little from the couple themselves including MAJOR surprises at both the ceremony and reception…

Beaches, bunnies, & a first performance at this youth hostel wedding in England

Nicola & Lewis’ laid-back beach wedding quite literally rocked with live music, their pet bunny, hot chocolate and marshmallows, fire pits, and so much more. The setting was the Yorkshire coastline which somehow transported us to what looked like a tropical location but was actually a destination wedding at the Boggle Hole, just south of Whitby in England.

Nicola and Lewis got married on the beach in front of their friends and family, they played a song together in place of a first dance, before heading to their reception at the pirate-themed youth hostel, the Boggle Hole YHA.