"We chose to throw caution to the wind and have the big white wedding many dream of – that however is where the traditional aspect ended!"
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of europe posts.
Alex & Scott pride themselves on their good taste in music. It's no wonder their entire ceremony was planned around music and held in a venue meant as a club for large band gigs.
Three words to describe Béatrice & Danny's wedding: pink, pastel and vintage. Wait, can I add a forth? Eye-gasm.
Shani & Bengt's really pooled all of their resources to have a beautiful, entertaining garden wedding while still keeping it affordable. This meant having the wedding on University grounds and recruiting guests to help!
Elena & Flo had their wedding in a castle in the french country side. Need I say more?
This shot just showed up in the Offbeat Bride pool, and I just spent 10 minutes studying it like a work of art. Uh, hi. Obsess much? Here's what caught my eye:
Darren & Virginia wanted a wedding that included both of their heritages, was low-budget, and expressed their passions for all things medieval and Transformers.
Ruth & Gareth's kept their wedding intimate, with only twenty-two of their closest friends and family in attendance.
Terri and Sebastian ditched all the traditional wedding accoutrements for their Spain elopement, and instead treated the day like a fabulous photo shoot. Wait till you see the photos!
Remember photographer Lauren McGlynn? She who brought us The Golden Soul Love Shakedown wedding? Well, she's back and has now become our first UK wedding photography sponsor! Lauren's been based in Austin, TX for the last five years, and staring this summer she'll be permanently based out of Scotland. In honor of her new digs,…
The offbeat bride: Katia, translator, photographer, dancer Her offbeat partner: Andreas, WEB 2,0 Master, PR-Officer, music expert Location & date of wedding: Kettwig-Rathaus, Germany; "3/4 Zehn" Kettwig; "Veranda" Odessa; the Crimea trip — 6th August 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: I am from Ukraine. My husband is German. So all clichees are there at…