It was love made in heaven, but a marriage made in Hell. What didn't make this happy day offbeat? The theme of the wedding was "Love Never Dies" It was full moon, which we did not plan. The location was one of the big things — we were married in front of the Cemetery of a haunted house. We chose that location not only because we both work there, but because we fell in love there and it has become a huge part of our lives.
The offbeat bride: Zandra, Art Director My offbeat groom: Jordan, Creative Director Location & date of wedding: Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, BC May 13th 2006 What made our wedding offbeat: We got married in a cemetery overlooking the ocean — it was beautiful.
Offbeat brides tend towards offbeat officiants. That in mind, I love this photo from Decent Urban Lifestyle photography:
This picture is from the wedding that got away. This summer a high school friend of mine was getting married on Bainbridge Island (our hometown), and I was super excited because it sounded like my kinda party (family property, camping, diy — aka a lot like my wedding!). Sadly, I was recovering from surgery and…
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Offbeat Bride Advice #2 from arielmeadow on Vimeo. Three offbeat bride questions get answered this time: Can I have multiple wedding showers in different cities? Do I have to have his bratty niece in the ceremony? And if I'm keeping my last name, how should we be presented after the ceremony?
When I talked to Lara Swanson from Lara Swanson Photography about how she got to the place of becoming an independent wedding photographer in Washington DC, she explained to me that, "I used to work for studios and the reason I stopped was that I never got to know the couple — I went in…
The offbeat bride: Jesse, Jewelry designer and style blogger My offbeat groom: Jamez, Restaurant manager and musician Location & date of wedding: March 2007 at the oldest Unitarian church in the South, the Unitarian Church of Charleston What made our wedding offbeat: The concept for our wedding was planned over drinks in a tapas bar…
Brooklyn Bride has pictures from Sarai and Kenn gorgeous craft-rich wedding, and you simply must check out Sarai's Handmade Wedding blog posts, too. So, so inspiring. (Thanks, Aubo!)
I love this shot from Jessamyn Harris:
It wouldn't be a week on OBB.com without a red wedding dress! Ok, ok. So it's more burgundy than red. But if you liked Penaran's red wedding dress, then chances are you'll love Sharne's beautiful burgundy gown from her recent wedding in Kent, UK. Thanks to Stuarts Photography, for the photo.