Our Favorite Wedding Photos from Real Couples Who Got Married This Weekend

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A little rain makes for some gorgeous wedding photos — and luckily for us (and a lot of October newlyweds), that's exactly what we got this weekend. Even when there's a threat of rain in the forecast, we know it means the snaps will be stunning (think umbrellas, stolen kisses, and grey skies). And since you know we're always here to bring you the latest bridal news and inspiration, here's our round-up of our favorite photos from real couples who got married this weekend. Want to share your wedding photos with us from your own big day? Tag #MyBridesMoment for your chance to be featured. Now, onto the photos!

(Above) A big congrats to these lovebirds who said their "I dos" at the Ella Sharp Museum in Michigan. Between the navy suit, the white blooms, and their candid laughs, we're pretty sure it was the best day ever.

It's official: Sparkly 'maids and the perfect cheeky pose for a glam NYC wedding make the ideal picture-perfect photo op. From the looks of their hashtag, Ali and Stan 'swiped right' for the last time, and finally made it official over the weekend. Seriously though, these sparkly mismatched bridesmaid dresses are to die for — and don't even get us started on the sleek, long-sleeved gown for the bride! A match made in NYC-wedding heaven, that's for sure.

"Rain, rain go away" is what they usually say, but in Courtney and Mike's case, the rain was a welcome situation — at least as far as photos go.That $10 clear umbrella purchase is both a photographer *and* a bride's best friend — so make sure you don't skimp on the details if there is a chance of rain in your wedding forecast. Your photos will thank you, as evidenced by this couple's stunning sneak preview.

When a speck of sunlight shines through during your wedding portraits, it's only natural to want to sweep your bride off of her feet and carry her over the threshold! Even though it was raining in the U.S., New Zealand was looking pretty grand over the weekend, as evidenced by this sweet couple's snap.

Such a beautiful wedding on Saturday. The sun shone every time Louisa stepped outside, in between rain and hail and Myles looked like a prince! When I started out in photography a couple of years ago I had no idea that I would get to see so many amazing things happen. Watching two people say their vows literally fills my heart every time. Totes emosh photographer! ❿ᅬ #wedding #weddingphotography #love #potd #backseat #ring #car #rollsroyce #brideandgroom #bride #groom #weddingday #thatsdarling #makemoments #weddinginspiration #thehappynow #capturethemoment #eastsussexphotographer #loveauthentic #princecharming #beautifulwedding #rebeccabrookerphotography #justmarried #canon #instadaily #photobugcommunity

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That moment when you sit back in your getaway car, incredulous, and say "WHOA, we did it!" — unforgettable. Case in point: Louisa and Myles experiencing just that — the emotion on their faces screams total happiness. Their photographer, Rebecca Brooker, noted that "The sun shone every time Louisa stepped outside, in between rain and hail and Myles looked like a prince!" If only every bride could get that lucky — rain for good luck and warm sun for good hair.

In 2016, many couples' first thoughts post-ceremony nuptials? Lemme take a 'Just Married' selfie! Looking at these adorable grooms stopping to snap their first selfie as married men, we're sure it was a good one. Thankfully this sweet duo had the help of their photographer to capture the moment within the moment — complete with bubbles and their adoring guests by their sides.

Alison and Justin are all smiles exiting the church — ready to greet their guests and dance the night away at the Liberty House in Jersey City. There's something about that post-ceremony feeling that can't be rivaled: You did it, you're excited to enjoy the rest of the night, and it's time for cocktail hour!

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