A purple dress and pin-striped suit in the snow is amazing. The theater and unity cocktail with "Dudeist" officiant is even more to love. Set it on New Year's Eve, make vows to a one-year-old, and give your groomsmen nicknamed tuxedo t-shirts, and we'll all fall in love with your cute asses. Read on to fall in love yourself.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of new years posts.
Another year closes and lucky for us, some of our couples choose to have their wedding on New Year's Eve! With winter decor, festive hats, noise makers, and lots of DIY details, this pair made the official transition from best friends to married couple in grand style. Happy new year!
My well-meaning friends have forced me to decide on a wedding-related New Year's resolution. Keep reading to see why and how I need to go on a wedding-talk-shut-down.
Celebrating New Year's Eve is super fun. Weddings are a celebration of something new as well. Why not inject your event with some holiday and/or New Year's excitement with these papier mache confetti balls!?
The couple stands in front of a hand-painted sheet with Van Gogh's "Starry Night" on it. Wait, what? Yep. And get ready for some beaded pomanders and a rad cake, too. Lots of awesome detail in this wedding!
Rainbow socks? Check. Swords? Check. Post-wedding hair cut? Check. Life-size cut out of groomsman walked down the aisle by the bridesman? Hell to the yes!
Maureen & Ian had an Old Hollywood meets modern nerdy New Year's wedding complete with a light saber fight in the middle of the ceremony and light saber favors!
Our wedding was on a holiday (New Year's Eve), eschewed tradition (our vows were written by a Tibetan Buddhist Monk), and our family and friends helped us keep our costs down.
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