Jenn & Cody's Colorful Rock Concert with a Twist Wedding #Real Weddings: Midwest US#boutonniere#brown dress#circus#musicians#mustaches#non-floral bouquet#oklahoma#pie#rock 'n' roll wedding December 22 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride Photo by Josh McCullock The offbeat bride: Jenn, Musician and Music Teacher Her offbeat partner: Cody, Social Security Location & date of wedding: City Arts Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on June 28th, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: We had a wedding with a concert theme, or rather a rock concert with a wedding in the middle. Our invitations were concert tickets with instructions to please wear your favorite concert t-shirt. Our bridesmaids, groomsmen, parents and special guests all wore t-shirts designed by a friend that resembled the Beatles' Revolver album, only with our faces instead. Every t-shirt group was in different colors; bridesmaids in purple, groomsmen blue, family green and musicians and special guests in yellow. The City Arts Center had a theatre which we had one of our favorite local bands, Grandpa Griffith, played. My rock string quartet, The Stringents, also played right before them. Grandpa Griffith has a song called "Mustache Man", which they played for the guys to walk into. The guys had either shaved a funny mustache or where wearing fake ones. Another one of my musicians friends, Lisa Curl, played as I came in. At one point during the ceremony she joins forces with the Grandpa Griffith lead singer and they sing "Tape of Love" by Flight of the Conchords. We also danced to our favorite Grandpa Griffith song during the ceremony and walked out to everyone throwing pom poms. The art gallery at the City Arts Center was set up with a circus theme with lots of color and lots of fun picture opportunities. We also had concert wrist bands at the door for people and guitar picks as our favors. Our guestbook was a guitar! Our biggest challenge: I think my biggest challenge was trying to get my thoughts and ideas across to some of the people in the party and family members. I had several people very confused about wearing t-shirts and when the music was going to be and how it was all going to fit together. Even my husband didn't get it sometimes. I have great friends and their support and letting me vent to them was the greatest thing ever. I had to ignore whatever everyone else was saying and just know that it was going to be the kick ass wedding that I wanted and try not to let it get to me! My favorite moment: There are so many favorites! But one of my very favorites came after we set up for the reception the morning of the wedding. Several of our party members/friends came to help and we all went to go get breakfast after the set up. We talked and goofed off and just had a good time. There was no stress at all. My offbeat advice: Let your wedding be about love! Not only who you love, which is very important, but also what you love. We love music, going to concerts, color, Flight of the Conchords, etc… so we had a wedding of what we love. Let people see who you are through your wedding. Enough talk — show me the wedding porn! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS Antique wedding photography from Jody Ake NEXT This winter's hottest wedding accessory: Literally put a bird on it Show/Hide comments [ 14 ] Great pictures, you guys! I applaud Jenn and Cody for the bold choices they made for their wedding day. Wonderful details which show the couple's love for rock music. Their pictures show how much fun they had and how relaxed their guests were because of the not-so-formal theme of the wedding. Their choice of theme really worked for them. Congratulations! 1 agrees Reply […] Jenn & Cody's Colorful Rock Concert with a Twist Wedding The bride wore brown. The wedding party wore t-shirts. They all looked awesome and like they had a blast on their wedding day. […] Reply Flight of the Conchords as ceremony music… I LOVE it! Thats genius!!! The whole thing looks like so much fun. 1 agrees Reply I love Flight of the Conchords! NZ bands rock And I really like what you said "let your wedding be about love!". Right on – congrats you guys! 1 agrees Reply Yarrr, this wedding totally rocks! I'm a NZer – love the FLight of the Conchords ceremony music! Love love love the whole wedding – they're right, who and what you love should make up a wedding. Reply This is cool. I wanted to do concert tickets as my admit cards. I am very curious to see how she did/where she got the invites from. Reply This is by far one of the coolest wedding I've ever seen pics of. Everything is so cute from the felt bouquet to the paper flowers to the wedding parties custom tees to the circus pics to the moustache and to the beautiful bride and cute groom who look like they are having the times of their lives, ooh I'm just drooling over this wedding! Congratulations on the marriage and the kick ass wedding! Reply FANTASTIC!! Who was your photographer?! I'm in OKC and won't need one for a while, but I'd like to check him/her out! Reply You guys are my idols. Great ideas! My boyfriend and I are both musicians as well and my dream wedding would have a great big guitar cake and a big jam session with all our musician friends. Way to rock your wedding! Reply I love a pie buffet. For realsie. Reply love this wedding! Reply Thank you some much for all the awesome comments about our wedding! Our photographer was Josh McCullock, you can check him out at joshmccullock.com….he is awesome! I also got my concert tickets/invites at ticketprinting.com and they also turned out great and then i tied them onto felt with ribbon in a card. Thanks again everyone!! Reply This is very similar to what I am doing, however mine is going to be very punk/ indie. Reply This is so so totally gorgeous and laid-back and fun. Everyone looks awesome. And happy. Congratulations! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via email No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.