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So much magic at this butterfly themed wedding in a sculpture garden

Liz and Steven planned a fairy and butterfly themed wedding at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum in Austin, Texas. Liz's late mother was known as "the butterfly lady," so when the pair did a butterfly release after their ceremony, it had a lot of meaning. This was especially so when Liz was covered in the butterflies all over her dress. The symbolism is so sweet.

Don't miss the greenery-covered tables, adorable mini bites at the reception, typewriter guestbook, and Liz's gorgeous tiara!

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A Houston artistic wedding with a Frida Kahlo-inspired headpiece that SLAYS

Candace and Onemena (aka Neemo) rocked an artistic wedding with influences of Frida Kahlo. There were beautiful and lush touches from Candace's dress to the florals to the decor and fab cakes. Being a muralist herself, Candace had huge inspiration from Frida Kahlo for her beautiful floral head piece, and Thorn Floral brought it to life.

Just wait until you see the green lacy, painted goodness of her dress. Add that to her red floral crown and you'll be blown away

Live out all your corseted fantasies with a wedding at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival

As a lifelong Ren Fest nut myself, I can't stop ogling weddings that feature armor, weapons (peace-tied, natch!), dragons, corsets, and a whole royal court at the ready. It's so immersive and whimsical and I get giddy just imagining what new Medieval and Renaissance-inspired weddings will come our way out of Scarborough. The best part? YOUR WEDDING CAN BE THERE, TOO!

Here's what you can expect by booking an all-inclusive (and ultimate TBT!) wedding at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival…

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Pickles & Bob Ross at this sweet Austin elopement

Get ready for some AWESOME elopement advice (and more!) at this sweet Austin elopement: "If you plan to elope, don't feel like you need to cheat yourself out of what you want your day to be like. We still had 'traditional' wedding elements that we wanted to have. I wanted a long dress, to get my nails and hair done, and have flowers. Photography was also #1 on my list. Not because I wanted to have pictures for us, but I also wanted to document our day for those that didn't get to witness it back home. Find a photographer that will work with your elopement and style. That is absolutely key!"

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Tacos, oak trees, and chic-as-hell outfits made this Texas backyard wedding incredible

Steph and Shawna seriously know how to rock coordinated pants outfits like pros. They knew black was more them anyway. On a friend's property in a grove of oak trees, they had a laughter-filled ceremony including an amazing poem written by a friend. They collaborated with some friends and family to help design the centerpieces, floral arrangements, and cake to make the reception a work of their community. Let's party alongside these two ladies and their chic style…