Wedding Planning at Work? Lunch-Break Links Brides-to-Be Need to See

Wedding Style & Decor

You'd never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your #WeddingWednesday lunchtime, we rounded up gorgeous real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web. Our favorite recent wedding blogs feature fun twists on traditional weddings — from a real wedding with toys and action figures aplenty to four amazing new ways to breathe life into the most classic wedding moments.

This couple planned a wedding packed with kooky details (an improv comedy show during their wedding reception, and an Elvis impersonator showed up), and the result is something heartwarmingly unique. Look at their wedding; you'll feel like you know them! —POPSUGAR

Model Elyse Taylor is on the cover of our brand-new December/January issue, and her wedding is proof of why she's one of the best brides we've seen! Her relaxed Hamptons nuptials had plenty of personality — she wore flats and mixed religious customs during the ceremony — and it felt subtly non-traditional. —Brides

If you're going to buck the traditional formal, black-tie wedding, you might as well go all out with a theme, right? This summer camp-themed wedding is woodsy and rustic and has some absolutely delightful details. —100 Layer Cake

A wedding at a food park? With food trucks, carnival games, and a photo booth, this is one unique affair you have to see to believe. —Brooklyn Bride

Eclectic details turn classic weddings on their heads, and this one is no exception. We're obsessed with the printed bridesmaid dresses and the bride's manicure (for starters)! —Green Wedding Shoes

When you pick a wild color scheme (this one is packed with fuchsia, orange, and red) you need to plan details that embrace it. This wedding has a cool geometric motif, balloons, and paint-splattered napkins. —Ruffled

Shaking up wedding traditions doesn't have to be so obvious, though. From speeches to bouquets, here are four easy ways to update your bash. —Brides

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