The official unveiling

Offbeat Bride: Tafetta-Free Alternatives for Independent Brides is sneaking into bookstores, but offbeatbride.com simply can't wait another day. So, I'm decreeing 2007 The Year Of The Offbeat Bride and unveiling (har) the website!

There's a lot here — the requisite book information, but also what I hope will become a pretty robust batch of content, including this blog, an advice column, wedding porn, bride profiles, vendor profiles and links, and a bazillion other business ideas that I'm scheming.

There are still some kinks being worked out (ug, I see the typo in the header image, and there are some navigation and design tweaks coming, and of course I'm still proofing copy all over the place) but I'd love your feedback. Everything work the way you expect? Anything broken? Pipe up!

Very special thanks and adoration to both my designer Carol Chapman and my ever-helpful webmaster, producer, and coder extreme J.M. Dodd.

Now please — buy my book! :)

  1. well, it's 10 years late for MY wedding, but after following it on the blog for so long it's great to see it come to fruition. yay!

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  2. HOORAH!
    so happy for you ariel. soon you will be the alterna-wedding consultant extraordinaire of the world.

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