Emily & Tony's Classy Trashy Museum Bash Wedding

The offbeat bride: Emily, Flight Attendant

Her offbeat partner: Tony, Liquor Store Clerk

Location & date of wedding: Colorado History Museum, Denver, CO on October 4th, 2008

What made our wedding offbeat: Well, my pink dress with gobs of pearls, our best friend marrying us, my Dad walking me down the aisle to "Don't Stop Believing," the cupcake tree….

… origami and candy centerpieces, BBQ on plastic plates, cans of Bud Light, PBR and boxed wine made for a rather untraditional, funky, classy/trashy ceremony and reception. I loved every minute of it and wouldn't change a thing!

Our biggest challenge: It was really hard getting some of my family members on board with the non-religious ceremony. But most people that I talked to just said, "Oh that's so you!".

My favorite moment: I think my favorite moment was exchanging rings and making our relationship really official. I was so very happy!

My offbeat advice: I think you should go with your instincts when planning your wedding. If something feels over-priced or wrong for your taste, there is always a different and better way to do it to fit your own style.


Don't just settle on what everyone else wants for you! HAVE A BLAST!

Enough talk — show me that wedding porn: Click on the picture below to see mounds of great photos from Emily and Tony's Classy Trashy Museum Bash Wedding!

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  1. I love the theme, the class and all the fun and happiness you look like you all had… it shines through the exquisite photography. amazing

  2. Congrats!! I adore your piccies – what amazing shots – a truly happy vibe! 🙂 Did you make or buy the paper flowers on the table shot? They are brilliant!

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