Offbeat Bride's 5th Birthday

My Inspiration
JuniperZombie and her book, photo courtesy of Britney Layne

Yesterday marked five years since the day that I launched offbeatbride.com!

I wrote a whole big looooong rambling post about it over on the Offbeat Empire business blog yesterday, but to celebrate here on Offbeat Bride, I thought I'd just do a round-up of some of my very favorite shots of Offbeat Brides and their books…

Let's take a doodle back through the five years of reading together, shall we?

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Sara rocking her Pulp Fiction post, photo courtesy of Vince at MakingTheMoment.com
Bride doing some Important Reading before the Wedding.
Photo courtesy of Judy Jakusz
The lovely Yanina, photo courtesy of Megan Finley.
Tribe member Ruthchop
Reading Offbeat Bride
Photo courtesy of Judy Jakusz
Photo by Chrissy Albright Photography
Photo courtesy of Chrissy Albright Photography
Djinnaya handed her book off to a friend at her wedding, photo courtesy of Megan Finley.
The Bible.
Photo courtesy of Mauldin Photography
Offbeat Bride
Stephanie R, photo courtesy of Gearhart Photo
"In a minute, dear!"
Christie aka RedDress, photo courtesy of ishootpeople.ca
One of the very first reader photos -- ZombieKitten!

Many thanks to HalfPint for suggesting this post, and if you want my really long winded ramblings about what it all meeeeans, head over to Offbeat Empire.

Oh and PS: we always love photos of brides with their books in the Flickr group! :)

  1. I downloaded it on my Nook…I'll have to come up with some way to photograph that!

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  2. HEHE I was the photographer for that first photo :) Ashleys wedding was awesome!!!

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  3. Aw, nice! I just bought my copy today, funny enough.

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  4. mine is on my iPad via Kindle…although, I sorta want a hard copy I can lend to friends when they get engaged…hmm…

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