Check out Summer Pierre's awesome diy invites
"The diamond ring is the site of retrograde fantasies about gender roles."
Putting advertising on this website wasn't a decision I took lightly, and I figured I'd explain myself for those who are interested. And so, you get a numbered list! Isn't this fun?
Hi Ariel! I absolutely love your hair in your wedding photos. The ribbons are fabulous! While I wouldn't do the exact same thing, I would love something with the ribbons or something like it. I don't even know where to begin looking for either someone to do my hair for me or how I might possible do it myself. Do you have any suggestions?
Print out these pages and encourage your guests to do more than just sign their names. (via)
Pointing out the hypocrisies of your own [wedding] decisions does not make you less of a hypocrite. And saying you're embarrassed about the whole enterprise while ordering monogrammed butter patties is kind of like saying you smoked pot without inhaling. (thanks, Dana!)
Uh, I only just now noticed that somehow offbeatbride.com didn't have a search feature! Der. There's now a nice li'l search box over there in the sidebar, under the gallery. Now you can find all sorts of things on the website like vows, diy, and wedding dresses.
One-Dream, A love celebration in three acts. Oh and look: there are already pictures on Flickr!
This is why the web is awesome. Bonus: an accordion!
Amazing! Click the picture for the full story.
Mr. A-go-go & I thought and thought and thought about what to do for the shindig — we waffled between hitting the county registrars office and doing a Pee-Wee's Playhouse tribute (we even found someone to get ordained and marry us as Jambi!). We ended up holding a guerrilla wedding at the famous fountain in our hood where wedding parties take their group photos every weekend.