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Kate Mickere

Kate is a comedy writer and cake enthusiast based in Los Angeles. She holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon. Other writing can be found on XOJane, Enchantress Magazine and in tiny basement black box theaters across the country.

Your bridesmaids can't hold EVERYTHING for you on your special day. They've got to hold bouquets, too, you know. So if you want to keep your phone and your lipstick in one place, you've got to find yourself some kind of wedding day handbag.

While most bridal clutches are boring, overpriced white satin envelopes, we've found 11 enchanting clutches to hold your wedding day necessities:

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Good news for thrifty brides to be: the flea market is full of vintage finds you can use to decorate your wedding on a budget. Now that spring has finally sprung, and it's garage sale (and wedding) season, get out there and score some adorable second-hand pieces!

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Whether you were a devoted member of the club scene in the early 2000s, or you just really loved going to Cosmic Bowl as a kid, many couples have gone crazy for glow-in-the-dark parties. That's why we're predicting that black-lit receptions will be the new big wedding trend.

Here are 13 ways to light up your glow-in-the-dark wedding:

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When you were a kid, was there anything more glorious than finding out that you'd be having breakfast for dinner? With the doughnuts, waffles and pancakes, it was like having permission to make a meal out of dessert!

Just because you're all grown up now, it doesn't make the experience of breakfast for dinner any less enjoyable. Maybe that's why breakfast weddings are one of this year's big catering trends.

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Couples with a love of maritime history (who've apparently only ever seen the first half of the 3 hour long Titanic movie) are flocking to get married on a replica of the famed ship:

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Stars! They're just like us! Even their immense fame doesn't get them out of bridesmaid duty! For one day, these 11 celebrities had to hold someone else's train, walk down the aisle BEHIND someone else, and pose for dozens of photos where they weren't the focus.

Here are 11 stars who stepped out of the spotlight to support their bridal BFFs:

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Cinco de Mayo is when Mexicans celebrate the day their army defeated French forces at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. While in the United States, Cinco de Mayo has kind of devolved into a day where sombrero-wearing bros can get wasted on half-priced margaritas, we think the bright colors and festive music of the holiday are the perfect inspiration for a spring wedding.

Here are 11 ways to add a little Mexican inspiration to your wedding:

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You don't have to be a geologist to get access to a cave. Slightly spooky, but naturally stunning, there are caves all over the country just perfect for an intimate ceremony to satisfy your inner spelunker.

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During the wedding reception, it's tradition for the groomsmen to sneak out and decorate the bride and groom's car, or "getaway vehicle" with tin cans and shaving cream. That way, when the happy couple drives back to their hotel... or onto their honeymoon, other drivers can honk at and generally irritate the newlyweds.

Today, getaway vehicles are a little more stylish. Now couples can announce their nuptials to oncoming traffic in cute, charming, and photogenic ways.

Here are 13 getaway vehicles that go beyond the old tin can tradition:

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While you may think a groom's boutonniere is just another opportunity to match something to your bouquet, some stylish guys may actually want to use this fashionable detail as a way to express themselves—or their love for you!

Here are 11 innovative wedding boutonnieres that are so much more than leftover flowers:

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For couples that have fallen through the Looking Glass and are looking for a place to get married before the Queen demands their head, there's no curiouser spot than the Wonderland House, the world's only Alice in Wonderland themed hotel.

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Hidden within 3 city lots on Philadelphia's artsy South Street, there's a magical wonderland made up of broken plates, mirrors, glass bottles, and rusty bicycle wheels.

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Art Deco weddings have never been more popular! (Well, except for in the 1920s, when the style originated.) Partly inspired by the latest The Great Gatsby remake, and partly because of their timeless symmetrical style, Art Deco weddings aren't going anywhere.

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According to gift giving tradition, the 25th wedding anniversary is reserved for silver. Then you have to wait another 25 years to get the gold. But when has Bridalville ever been a slave to tradition? Why wear white on your wedding day, when you can wear silver or gold, or BOTH?

Here are 11 brides that out-blinged their rings on their wedding day:

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Wedding photographers have started incorporating the Internet's biggest obsession, animated GIFs, into their portfolios.

GIFs are 2-second clips from pop culture that play on a loop.

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Hidden in the woods of southwestern New York, the Lily Dale Assembly is a gated community for psychic mediums. For a small fee, visitors are granted access to wander around the otherworldly lakeside town where they can have energy healings and commune with the dead.

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Last week, the Internet was buzzing about a life-sized chocolate sculpture of Benedict Cumberbatch:

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For almost eight years, Mad Men has been giving weekly glimpses into the Technicolor style of the 1960s. From glamorous fashion to killer interior design, there's something worth swooning over in every episode.

Now that the series is drawing to a close, it's the end of an era. We're saying goodbye to girdles and gimlets, and hello to questionable facial hair and far-out fashion.

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Burning Man is a weeklong event in Nevada's Black Rock Desert where thousands of people come together to create "Black Rock City," a temporary metropolis that celebrates community, art, and self-expression.

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March 14th is the day on which we celebrate the mathematical constant π or pi (3.14.) In high school, Pi Day just means that instead of having to learn anything in math class, you get to spend the whole period eating pie. Now that we’re adults, Pi Day is about to reach new levels of class.

In honor of Pi Day, here are 13 wedding pies that will please any math teachers who might be in your wedding party:

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