We couldn't resist mentioning the book arch in this gorgeous wedding in recent Monday Montage, and now Cindy's giving us the whole bibliography. Folded paper and piles of books abound from aisle decor to bouquets, and from a custom cardbox to their signature arch — but you're also going to love all the subtle nods to geekery. Book-lovers, get our your library cards and check out all the love!
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of first dance posts.
This wedding explodes with color, papel picado, and Dia de los Muertos imagery. But seriously… the best parts are the choreographed ceremony entrance and the amazing choreographed hip hop first dance (that we teased last week!). Don't fret, because there are videos for both that you don't want to miss!
We'll be featuring Ruben and Joaquin's wedding next week, but we couldn't wait to show you their amazingly fun hip hop first dance. They start out with Marvin Gaye's "You're All I Need to Get By," but transitioned into the Mary J. Blige and Method Man version! It's too cute to miss.
There's a 50% chance you rolled your eyes when you read the title of this post. Actually, the combination of the phrases "flash mob" and "wedding" probably ups the odds to about 75%. I know. Flash mobs are played out and you're sick of reading about quirky weddings on the internet. But if you're someone who likes dancing, large groups of people, and feeling like a rock star, you should really consider it. Here are my five tips for an easy wedding flash mob.
Tribesmaid Pinkerbell and her groom radiate happy. It makes me happy to see them looking so damn happy. In fact, there was a lot of happy going on in the Offbeat Flickr Pool, Pinterest, and the Tribe. We're rockin' Mr. Men, Disney princess moments, glittery Converse, and an epic traveling first dance. Check out what this Monday brings you from our awesome reader submissions.
They may not be professional tango dancers or always remember to plug in the bubble machine, but these two know how to throw a party in the spirit of their house-warming parties of the past. After ten years together, they really didn't know how much two years of planning would strengthen their relationship, but we're very glad it did.
First dances, Rock Band playing, a serious passion for grilled cheese… this week's Offbeat Flickr Pool submissions were all about the unbridled joy. It was like everyone got together and submitted the most happy, most excited, most danciest photos EVAR. And what better way to start a Monday than with a shot of crazy fun? Check out this loving feeling.
This New York City wedding boasts a book store setting, lovely fashion, pretty Ketubah, and one of the cutest choreographed first dance numbers on record. Get ready for total adorableness and lots of movie references. Because nobody puts this wedding in a corner, okay?