It takes a village to make a budget wedding and this couple had good friends to help. Handfasting, broom jumping, a last-minute Home Depot tie, and a little Doctor Who geekery make for a damn good time. Don't forget to check out the bridesmaid's different bouquets too! Just another awesome notch on the Halloween week checklist.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of handfasting posts.
Hometown wedding got you down? Maybe this couple will inspire you to get away from it all and hire a Celtic monk to officiate your handfasting in Ireland! Lovely cloudy skies, wildflowers, Inis Mor cliffs, and even a visiting horse make this elopement something we all wish we could do. Right now.
This two-part wedding had an intimate humanist ceremony followed by amazing seafood at a local restaurant and then a cracking ceilidh for the rest of the guests the next day. Though there were some hiccups with the liquor license, this wild bunch still managed to leave some blood on the dance floor from the "dance of death!" Wild, woolly, and amazing. Would you want it any other way?
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Being outdoorsy, pagan beliefs, love of all things Medieval… you know what this means. A Medieval handfasting with lots of mead, lots of maypole dancing, and major costume cred. Plus, a white horse somehow made its way to the wedding! It's like magic.
A little rain and a football game couldn't keep this couple down. The whole wedding party was decked in gorgeous renaissance garb for a sweet as sugar "crown exchange" of vows!
This bride will eat fire for her wedding guests! Don't think she won't. And this couple saved a historic theater in the process of planning their hitchening. Determined? To say the least.