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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."
"Offbeat weddings can be just as expensive and over-the-top indulgent as traditional weddings … just cuz it ain't normal don't mean that shit's cheap!"
When you talk exact carats, you're getting into the dick-size game, whether you mean to or not. Here's a fool-proof way to avoid the whole OMG IT'S SO HUGE discussion.
The offbeat bride: Elaina B., Marketing Coordinator My offbeat groom: Matt S, Computer Programmer Location & date of wedding: Victoria, British Columbia – March 10, 2007 What made our wedding offbeat: We eloped to British Columbia. He didn't propose, but we decided together to get married. This was a huge part of our philosophy: marriage…