DIY cocktail-style food, drinks, and reception made this colorful rooftop celebration personalized and kick-ass. All of their crew got busy making dresses, jewelry, and mix CDs, too. And they busted out three signature cocktails worth gawking at. Check out these lovely ladies getting hitched under the sun.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of non-floral bouquet posts.
These two celebrated their love of lit with book centerpieces, comics and books table numbers, portraits from comic artists, and a giant book card box. They even made origami flowers from comic pages. But to spice things up, they had an awesome swing number for their first dance.
An authentic taco bar, a garage rock band, and the most awesome hand-illustrated invitation… need I say more? This South-of-the-border-influenced bash boasted lots of fun details and a gorgeous seaside ceremony. And you'll love the bride's Burning Man-inspired flaming copper flower bouquet!
There are a lot of things to love about this wedding like the bride's silver and blue dress, the groom's monocle and cane, and the surprising sake ceremony. But frankly, I'm in it for the doughnut cake and glow sticks. There is definitely something for everyone at this creative shindig.
Jamie and Mengmeng (Jameng, as the tabloids call them) rocked a Chinese-influenced, geek-tastic, Joss Whedon-loving wedding celebrating all of their favorite interests. Get ready for chopsticks, Corgis, and a Serenity cake.
Surrounded by a technicolor wonderland house, a bride in a purple and black dress fits right in. She and her top-hatted groom had a witness-by-lottery, Pixy Stix centerpieces, and somehow overcame a major bus malfunction to rock the night away in New York.
This couple decided one day wasn't enough, so they crafted an entire weekend of fun for their crew with a 5K, a barbecue, and bike rides. Somehow they managed all this while DIYing almost all of the elements of this gorgeous farm wedding.
One plot of land, lovingly transformed into a place where a community comes together to see a couple wed… and grill pizza. And chill with farm animals. And make s'mores. And fend off the zombie apocalypse. Oh hell yes.
Coffee filters, origami, and newsprint all find their way into crafty hands for paper flower bouquets, centerpieces, and decor. If you're choosing paper flowers over living flora and fauna, there are tons of choices. We're rounding up our paper magic for your handmade and alternative material inspiration.