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Rainbows & dinos at this magical queer wedding in Madison, WI

Sarah and Mabel make a great team in life and in planning their dinosaurs meets Tetris meets rainbows wedding.

Do not miss their colorful and lush bouquets (with rainbow ribbons!), their rainbow cake with gold dino toppers, delish treats bar, and "perfect blend" favors.

Land ho! Get yer sea legs for this pirate wedding in Wisconsin

Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day which means we've got a chic and fun pirate wedding in Madison, WI to share. Ben and Rona's pirate-y wedding featured sea-worthy details like ships, anchors, octopodes, and lots of deep sea blues. They rocked some pirate hats and swords and even had a sword fight after their first dance!

Come about with your sea legs to see this adorable seafaring wedding in Wisconsin…

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A Jurassic Park wedding with a real park vehicle and dino attack

We had a Jurassic Park theme complete with dancing dinosaurs and a Jurassic Park Explorer. We wanted to put an elegant classy twist on something very quirky. We had a donut wall Billy made to look like the park gates at Jurassic park, adorned with Krispy Kremes, and a selection of cupcakes and kringle. During the reception, our officiant came in dressed as a t-rex and cut a rug!

All the modern boho touches you love baked into this pink + red wedding shoot

So many venues are embracing that super clean, white aesthetic that allows all of your colorful choices to totally stand out. That's definitely what's going on at this modern loft wedding inspiration. There are boho touches, the ever popular (with good reason!) macrame, touches of red and pink (both of their hair — amazing!), and floral details that made us all swoon. Don't miss the floral-covered hoop bouquet, the tiny desserts with a red theme, and the adorable sweetheart table with lucite table numbers!

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Cheer "HUZZAH" for this Bristol Renaissance Faire wedding

Gretchen and Michael's wedding was a full-on Renaissance affair. The ceremony took place over Labor Day weekend at the Cotswold Commons area of The Bristol Renaissance Faire. The officiant dressed as a monk, bridesmaids wore DIY faery wings and flower crowns, and all the groomsmen wore color-coordinated capes. The couple incorporated a Medieval wine ceremony into their wedding as a symbol of their lives uniting as one. If you're a Ren Faire lover like I am, you're in for a treat…