Yellow flowers, pub crawls, & a Jedi knighting at this New Jersey woodland wedding

Sam and Zig wanted a big DIY event, but splurged on the things that were most important to them, like their epic yellow and white flowers. The color perfectly match the heat of the day (a heat index of 105F!). Just wait until you see their gorgeous ceremony arch. In lieu of a big formal reception, these two beer lovers had a dinner and a pub crawl through Philly as their ceremony after-party.

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This stunning tiny forest wedding takes backyard weddings up a level (with the cutest kitty!)

This tiny backyard wedding in East Sooke, BC was a labor of love planned in a short period of time. Lauren and Cohen love ink, cats, plants, and great vegan food, so their wedding reflected them perfectly. Don't miss the epic forest-filled backyard (who has a backyard like this?!), seriously gorgeous vegan food spread, reception space filled with lush textures, and the real star of this show, their cat Yoshi.

A horseback ceremony(!) at this misty horse ranch wedding with DIY for days

Jatossha fell in love with horses and got a job working at a ranch. That's where she and Alan met and bonded over their love of horses. This was a truly DIY/community-assisted wedding featuring horseshoes, gorgeous flowers, and delicious homemade food. Don't miss Jatossha's gorgeous braids, the horseback ceremony, and a the perfectly lovely foggy day…

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A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

Inger is a dark Disney girl and wanted her dress to be the only white thing at her wedding. She got her wish and everything was styled in black and white. Spy the tall, gorgeous black cake with "Till death do us part" on it, rich red roses, and chic black bouquet. They also performed the Haka (a traditional Maori dance) for Inger to welcome her in to Ash's family.

We are loving this edgy coastal engagement shoot with lots of ink

Tanna and Michael's edgy coastal engagement shoot was at sunrise(!) at Catherine Hill Bay, north of Sydney, Australia. An abandoned rusting pier and graffiti art was the first backdrop to capture the essence of these two inked up hotties.

And then it became pure, moody romance with the sun peeking out between clouds along the rocky shore.