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.
An Offbeat Bride mention in the Jewish Journal
Whew: My book tour is over. Really, I couldn't have hoped for a better "end of the road" event than LA. The reading was so much fun, the house perfectly packed, and I even managed to drag Andreas on stage to read his sidebar. Then I dragged Heidi on stage to embarrass her over her…
I'm in LA for a for a few days, on the final stop of my book tour. I'll have a few more appearances here and there, but this weekend marks the swan song of the sock puppet. If you're in Los Angles, I hope I'll see you! SATURDAY 7:30pm Offbeat Bride reading and drunken farewell…
"I wanted Offbeat Bride to be reassuring, not condemning."
"It's just an afternoon party — it's not starving children. It's not war crimes. It's just a party and try, try, try to keep that in mind. There are much bigger things for all of us to wring our hands over."