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A wild woodland Halloween wedding in Kent with smoke grenades, pumpkins, & an Irish band

Jordan and Conor had anautumnal woodland outdoor ceremony at The Dreys wedding venue in Kent. Once the ceremony was over, guests walked through the woods to an open field where a tent and rustic tin bar were all set up and ready for the party. There were pumpkins, smoke grenades, Disney memorabilia, and an Irish band, just to name a few of the things that Jordan and Conor included to make the day personal to them.

Eloping in Westeros: a Northern Irish castle elopement near Game of Thrones locations

Veregene and Brian traveled from America to elope on the Irish coastline in front of the magical Dunluce Castle. Their ceremony was held in a local farmer's field with amazing views. Veregene was even taken to the ceremony and back on the farmer's tractor! Now that's a good way to travel in the countryside. As avid Game of Thrones fans they were able to journey around Northern Ireland's famous Game of Thrones locations and take photos in front of stunning locations such as the Dark Hedges aka The Road to Kings Landing. It's a dream location for any GoT fan.

All aboard this gorgeous steam train wedding with a museum party in Manchester, UK

A ceremony on the platform and a wedding breakfast on an original steam train through East Lancashire in Manchester, UK. Are you kidding me with this amazingness? They danced the night away in a transport museum to top off the theme. Unconventional spaces are some of the most interesting ways to make your wedding something different and Katie and Paul ROCKED it.

Don't miss their choice to have everyone rock in Mancunian style to an all-woman acoustic string group.

Two brides in Wonderland with flamingoes, rainbows, & amazing street art

Jules and Katie got married in the urban district of Digibeth in Central Birmingham, England, and wanted to feature some of the amazing mural art that lives there. For the theme, it was all rainbows meets Alice in Wonderland with the most adorable little designs of themselves as the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts. They were included on the cake toppers, biscuits, placecards, and more. It was ADORABLE. J

Don't miss the first dance lit up by hundreds of little torches held by their guests and all of the pink flamingo touches…

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Get ready to fall hard for this Jewish-Mexican wedding in Oxford, England

I am a rabbi's daughter from New York, while Anna grew up in Mexico City (we met in England in an aerial dance class, as one does). Rather than choosing one cultural tradition, we decided to do everything that was important to us.

We now live in the British countryside, so that became part of the wedding aesthetic as well, with Anna mixing a colourful Mexican colour palette and bouquet of succulents with a tweed jacket and her polo whites.

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How to plan a more ethical wedding (including an edible bouquet!)

When I was preparing for my own wedding I started thinking: how could we do this more ethically? The very nature of a wedding being a one day event, and in many cases an extravaganza of guests and details and expense, means that inevitably there are waste issues, or worries about whether certain things are "worth it." So, how can we do things more ethically? What should we look for in an ethical supplier? How do we do the very best that we can do?