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DIY Inspired Connecticut Wedding from Hales Studio

DIY has come such a long, lovely way. Don't you agree? Brides (and their families) just keep getting craftier and we get to reap the stylish rewards through weddings like this one captured beautifully by Hales Studio. Weddings where, if you didn't tell us it was DIY, we would have absolutely no idea - because each detail tucked in this gallery is just as...

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Middletown Backyard Summer Wedding from IRIS Photography

Since today is looking to be a perfect summer day, we figured it was high time we shared this perfect summer wedding. Super gorgeous, with a let your hair down feel, the soiree seemed the perfect place to toast the beautiful couple and practice your dance moves. Even the photos from IRIS Photography have a sweet, summer, clean feel to them. So what do you say, why don't we hop on over...

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Vintage San Diego Wedding from I Do…Weddings! + Acqua Photo

The vibe of this wedding is so... romantic, cool, and what I would imagine as very San Diego. I've never been to the southern California city, but I would imagine on it's best days, it feels a little something like this. Flora'd and designed by the amazing team at I Do...Weddings! this wedding is one of a kind, and over the moon lovely. From the bride's romantic lace gown and broach bouquet, to the beautiful floral centerpieces, to...

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DeArmond Garden Estate Wedding from Daniel Stark Photography

Ooh, la la. I don't say that often, but today, with this gorgeous Oregon wedding on my plate, definitely calls for a Ohh la la. The stunning bride and her Prince Charming decided on a vintage garden theme for their special day - and with that, she added a touch of whimsy, a little DIY, and just the perfect amount of fun. The result? A fanciful wedding filled to the brim with amazing little details, from streamers, to vintage milk bottles, to some pretty amazing patterns. The whole affair was...

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