Jill & Peter's wedding plans went awry when it started raining, but they didn't let that stop them from celebrating! They turned it around by squeezing all 100 guests into a one of the Vineyard's tiny tasting rooms.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of Real Weddings: Northeast US posts.
From New England to New York, couples in the Northeast have their own distinct brand of offbeat. A little urban, and little upstate, and a bit of an edge — we love you East Coast Offbeat Brides!
Bex and Dan had a small church ceremony in a big, kid-friendly way. Instead of flowers, their daughter carried a boutonniered Cookie Monster, and the bride was escorted down the aisle by her son.
Rebekah and Shayne's decided to move up the wedding when Shayne was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. Since they did not have enough time for wedding rings, they decided on matching gray Converse with pink shoelaces instead!
Lauren & Madhu fused different traditions from both of their religions to create a casual, eco-friendly ceremony that celebrated both faiths. The wedding even inspired Lauren to explore a new career path!
Avalon (her awesome faux-hawk) & Daniel got weddinged at a mansion. They had a gothic faerie, victorian theme and were married by the powers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Cara and Devin had a fabulous getting weddinged party in their backyard. Oh yeah, and their backyard just happens to be a goat farm.
Amanda & Alissa couldn't get married in their hometown of Washington D.C. So they loaded up two buses and brought all their friends and family to Connecticut to celebrate their union.
Although Grace & Mike had traditional nuptial mass there wasn't much else that was traditional about this wedding.
Day #2 of Candy Week brings us the unforgettable combination of candy + carnival + sword swallowing and tons of general freakiness and fun from Dina and Gary.