This week we're celebrating our awesome Offbeat Lite couples. This time we have a fall-colored wedding with lots of cultural elements and some crazy dancing. They even had a Best Dame and a Flower Tween. But beware of falling brides during the horah.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of handfasting posts.
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.
"Welcome family and friends [and Offbeat Bride readers] to the wedding of Jenna and Kieran. Like me, you are here today partly because you are just a little bit scared of Jenna, but mostly to witness Kieran come good on his promise to 'Wed this bitch.'"
How could your parents say no to being the King and Queen at your wedding? Plus: there are pirates and elephants. Ren Fair weddings for the win!
This couple turned their potluck wedding into a recipe book benefiting a charity close to their hearts.
Laura and Joshuah eloped on stage at Ozzfest and then, in order to include their daughter, they had a second wedding in their backyard. Watch out for mohawks, legos, and a Woody doll!
The offbeat bride: Tera, leader in service (Tribe member) Her offbeat partner: Bret, aspiring author Location of wedding: Pierce County Environmental Services Building, University Place, WA — February 18, 2010 What made our wedding offbeat: We were handfasted in a small elopement-type ceremony in the abandoned construction zone where we had our first real date.