Bring your feline wedding party with you via painted cat shoes

We've got the most intimate and tearful Washington D.C. elopement coming up later this week, but I wanted to highlight one little detail that swept me off my feet. Courtney and Marisa wanted to bring their two kitties to the ceremony, but understandably, kitties aren't down for travel. They prefer sitting pretty on the couch… to which I can relate! But to honor their presence, Courtney rocked hand-painted shoes with portraits of the two cats on them.


Hello, deer: Cat flats, Hello Kitty creepers, and more TUK wedding shoes

You've seen TUK wedding shoes many times on Offbeat Bride — they make the all-time most popular Offbeat Bride shoe (the peacock heel!) and the recently very popular cat flats. TUK might historically be known for their creepers (and their Hello Kitty creepers are especially cute!), but they now crank out a full range of heels and flats that are a bit less Hot Topic and a little more Hawt Mama. I mean, if you think unicorn flats are hawt, which I do…


Cats and creatures errrrywhere at this woodland forest wedding

Lillian and Jon had a Somerville, MA wedding at the ultra gorgeous Fruitlands Museum for a rainy day wedding full of bliss. You are going to flip for the gelato station, donuts, faux woodland creatures everywhere, kitty flats, fern bouquet, kitty-themed save-the-dates, and even cardboard cat cut-outs for the photo booth! It's like this pair was channeling all of our loves in one wedding. Grab your kitties on your lap to share in the joy of this ailurophile meets woodland forest wedding.


See how a plush cat turned a wedding tradition into a super inclusive moment

Brittany and Taylor's goth history nerd wedding featured a pretty spectacular way to honor ALL of your friends during what's sometimes an awkward moment at the reception. Brittany's bouquet toss was for anyone, no matter what their marital status or future plans. Instead of tossing a bouquet (which in this case was a kick-ass SHELL bouquet!), Brittany decided to throw a plush cat. You'll want to see why.