Holly & Seth's high-fiving museum wedding with a broken foot #Real Weddings: Southern US#catholic#colorful#diy invitations#georgia#hula hoop#invitations#museum#spring January 25 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride Winter got you down? This week we're bringing you some spring weddings for inspiration from March to May! Photos by Dana Jo Photography The offbeat bride: Holly, Graphic Designer Her offbeat partner: Seth, Designer, Smiler, Laugher, High-Fiver, and Architect Location & date of wedding: Telfair Museum's Jepson Center, Savannah, GA — April 24, 2010 Our offbeat wedding at a glance: Bold colors, a museum venue, a trolley, a cathedral, close family, and a broken foot. I broke my foot a week before the wedding, but thanks to family and friends, walked down the aisle that day for the first time in a week and danced the night away (from the waist up, that is). The dances were not traditional. The father/daughter dance was the Hokey Pokey, which was so much fun. The mother/son dance was choreographed to James Brown, complete with sunglasses. Tell us about the ceremony: We got married in a catholic church. I was raised catholic, and Seth was raised in the methodist church. It was important to our families that we bring in a spiritual aspect, and we felt it added importance to our big day. Our biggest challenge: HAVING A BROKEN FOOT! Life is unpredictable, but I powered through and we even went to Hawaii the day after! Plus, it became quite comical and got me out of a lot of duties! Less stress all-around, perhaps. My favorite moment: Seeing Seth cry for the first time, and literally learning to walk again — but towards him this time. My funniest moment: My 89-year-old grandma dancing more than any of us youngsters. She played balloon guitar and danced with every man who would have a dance. My advice for offbeat brides: If you can dream it, do it. Try to get everyone involved in the DIY aspects, if you can. Families are important, so make sure to include them when appropriate and if it will be helpful to you. What was the most important lesson you learned from your wedding? There is never enough time, but it helps to try to relax, especially on the day. Oh, and take LOTS of pictures! It's worth it. Care to share a few vendor/shopping links? Venue: Telfair Museum's Jepson Center Caterer: Cape Creations Catering Florist: A to Zinnias Cake: Baker's Pride Dress: Carolina Herrera from Blue Belle Bridal Photographer: Dana Jo Photography 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 There's something for every one of your Valentines (even the darkest of hearts) from Gemvara NEXT Moss-covered trees and tiny bees at this orange and green wedding Show/Hide comments [ 7 ] I love the bright colors of your invites. Did you create them yourselves? 1 agrees Reply Yes we did, both Seth and I are designers so designed and printed ourselves. We used beautiful french paper. http://www.frenchsampleroom.com/french_paper_sample_room/2010/07/poptone-blu-raspberry-sour-apple-and-orange-fizz-with-sweet-tooth-envelopes.html Reply absolutely adore this, and looove the bridesmaids' dresses. can you tell us where they're from? 1 agrees Reply suzi chin maggie botique from belk.com Reply grandma is the best :))) 1 agrees Reply Your cake toppers make me weep with joy. 1 agrees Reply I had been drooling over the stationery suite since I spotted it on the french paper blog, which I stalk religiously. It is so great to see the couple behind the paper. You guys did a great job. Kudos to your Grandma, makes me feel happy about getting older! 1 agrees 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.