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Best of 2011: Ceremonies

We’re continuing our look back on our favorites of 2011, with a focus today on our most adored ceremony sites and decor! It was no easy feat to narrow down our choices, but we picked some we know you’ll remember and love:

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1.Philadelphia wedding, captured by Love Me Do Photography

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2. Rochester barn wedding, captured by Eric Lundgren Photography

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3. Illinois wedding, captured by Deidre Lynn Photography

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4. Wedding at Serenbe, captured by W Scott Chester

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5. New Orleans wedding, captured by Kelly is Nice

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6. Tennessee Wedding, captured by Dixie Pixel

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7. Atlanta warehouse wedding, captured by Kyle Hale

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8. Texas wedding, captured by Ryan Price; 9. Dublin wedding, captured by Magda Lukas with Brosnan Photographic

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10. Mojave Desert wedding, captured by Made U Look Photography

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11. Canadian Wedding, captured by Sweet Heirloom Photography

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12. Australian wedding captured by CKMetro Photography, 13. Big Sur California Elopement, captured by Evynn LeValley Photography

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14. A Steampunk Wedding, captured by Feather Love Photography

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15. Florida garden wedding, captured by Ben Sasso

We have many, many more to show here in the photo gallery!

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