These mohawked rockabilly wedding ladies took a DIYed wedding by storm… literally

Stacie and Crystal were married in Oklahoma, but had their public rockabilly wedding ceremony and reception at a friend's home in Wichita Falls, TX. Their families and friends had a hand in everything — from officiating, to music, to venue, to cakes, to food, to decorating, it was a homemade-with-love affair. At the end, it was all toasts and cake and smooching… then tornado sirens from all of the bad weather they'd been having. Hey, it probably means good luck, right? Let's get a load of this mohawked, fabulously coiffed, and stylish pair.


This eco-friendly wedding channels music festival love

Will and Heather turned their backyard in upstate New York into a mini music festival for their eco-friendly wedding last September.

Pretty much every imaginable element of this wedding was DIY — the dinnerware was recyclable bamboo, the food included locally grown organic veggies (with vegan options), even the bride's kickass dress and veil were DIY. That veil — my stars, I want one. And I want a castle to go with it.


Dr. Seuss meets roller derby at Kelly & Matt's backyard wedding

Get ready for roller skates, derby jackets, custom Converse, sparklers, lighted lanterns, and tons of Dr. Seuss centerpieces and details. This sweet little backyard wedding in Illinois is all about FUN. Plus, you'll love their planting unity ceremony, first dance to an American Idiot song, and horse mask cake topper.


Bringing the glam with tattoos, plugs, and purple hair at a backyard wedding

If there's one thing that makes our eyes light up at Offbeat Bride, it's deliciously colored hair. Jessica had this amazing dark purple flip going on for her October wedding to Robbie, and I could eat that color with a spoon. Robbie stepped up to the plate too with an impeccably trimmed beard (always a heart stopper) and gold ear tunnels. Mmm, but I think Jessica might have pulled ahead a bit in the style game with her 1920s-style lace wedding hat. Hats should be loads more common than they are — they look so damn cool.