Has the zombie wedding trend reached "peak zombie"?

A couple weeks ago, I was interviewed by a journalist writing for Yahoo Style about Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams and his zombie-themed wedding photos. This is a great excuse to talk about the zombie wedding trend — and whether it's peaked.

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Wedding wedges you can actually walk in, with lace, ivory, and gold

Last week, one reader suggested wedges and I was all, ooh, it's been a hot minute since I last did a post about wedding wedges. (Did you know we have a whole archive of posts dedicated to wedding wedges? OH YES!) So this week I'm rounding up wedding wedges in shades of gold, ivory, and lace… kinda frilly, a little shiny, and hopefully solid enough through the heel that you can walk in them. I've even got one pair of gold wedge high-tops, because, well, I loves me some high tops.

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13 pairs of bold and beyond affordable wedding shoes from Show Story

Show Story clearly focuses on shoes that are bright and bold, and not incredibly well-made. I mean, for $20, you think you're going to get hand-cobbled high quality stuff? No, you're going to get a bright and bold pair of shoes you can wear a few times — your wedding being one of those times! We've got starry night pumps, sandals with heart heels, and lil tuxedo booties. Let's go!

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White bridal shoes that work hard (including lots of flats!)

We all know that none of us here are into the "am I offbeat enough?" line of thought. My editors and all I feel pretty strongly that if you're browsing a website that features poly weddings, nerd weddings, and genderqueer weddings, then yes: you're offbeat. Stop fretting! Let's not get into offbeater-than-thou musings and instead let's just look at some white bridal shoes.

Green sparkly Tinkerbell shoes, no big deal

Oh gosh, what have we here? Could these be green sparkly Tinkerbell shoes with white pom poms on the toes, and little green sparkly wings on the back? WHY YES, THEY MIGHT BE EXACTLY THAT.

Look, these are not the shoes for every bride. They're not even the shoes for most Offbeat Brides. How could I not share them though, knowing that somewhere out there, in the 0.001% of Offbeat Bride readers, there is some Disney bride who is like "All I've ever wanted is to get married in a pair of sparkly green Tinkerbell heels"!?