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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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This pair flew across the pond for a super stylish Brooklyn Bridge elopement

Therese and Edward eloped to New York City all the way from Ireland. They started off getting ready at their hotel and then traveled via subway to Brooklyn for a ceremony on the Brooklyn Bridge. Then it was on to some colorful and stunning portraits in DUMBO and Bushwick, Brooklyn. Don't miss this ultra stylish Brooklyn Bridge elopement and its gorgeous details: the silvery dress, the awesome ride on the subway, the ogling passersby on the bridge, and the sexy ass squeezes…

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This celestial kitsch wedding wins the internet (and has a #goals dress code!)

"We had a lowbrow galactic theme that was heavy on the glitter and tinsel." This sentence made our life, and when we saw the actual wedding? It was love at first space-y, glittery, pink winged sight. And when you see the dress code, you'll realize you haven't been living life according to this code and now must worship it. Let's see the celestial kitsch wedding that will change your life…

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Singing, succulents, and LEDs at this musical light-up wedding

Adina and Sean's musical light-up wedding was a sight to see (that we wish we could have HEARD as well!). Adina is Jewish and Sean is Unitarian, so for the ceremony, they mixed and matched some elements of each. They also met in choir, so having their musical friends and family sing for and with them was a given. Their guests sang the wedding party down the aisle, with choir members providing harmony. A quartet of family and longtime friends sang a traditional blessing to them during the service. And Sean and his a capella group serenaded the bride at dinner. So much singing! So much awesome!

Don't miss the succulent place cards/favors, light-up shoes, tie, and sequins, and rockstar-inspired wedding dress…

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Prepare to squeal at the ARMORED corset dress at a fantasy RPG-themed wedding

The armored corset dress (that I'm on a quest to buy), the silver filigree crown, the groom's cloak and bandolier, the Moroccan glass star-shaped lanterns for the bridesmaids… I just CAN'T with this wedding. It's the medieval garb wedding of my fantasy-driven heart. And that's saying a lot. You just have to see this gorgeous pair and their amazingly dressed guests at this fantasy RPG-themed wedding.