Gothic and sarcastic weds bubbles and sunshine, and it's not without its challenges. But these two ladies manage to pull together a self-catered vegetarian feast in a colorful space all on a budget, because one is crafty and the other can cook! It sounds like a match to me.
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Jacinta and Dylan, two Aussies, got hitched in a Castlemaine bar decked out in their chosen lush decor. Jacinta wore a handmade silvery mint green dress and Dylan wore paisley and a bow tie. But the best bits were the live band and BURLESQUE performance!
This week we're celebrating intimate weddings with destination elopements, cozy city hall vows, and private romantic ceremonies. Today we have a backyard wedding of two neighbors-turned-lovers. There were Shrinky Dinks, Cajun and Filipino food, a garaged covered in burlap, and tons of crafty details.
This week we're celebrating intimate weddings with destination elopements, cozy city hall vows, and private romantic ceremonies. It's the warm fuzzies on a smaller scale. Today's wedding is a doozy: a SECRET destination wedding in Scotland complete with tartan, a Scottish handfasting, and a month-long vacation following the wedding.
This week we're celebrating intimate weddings with destination elopements, cozy city hall vows, and private romantic ceremonies. It's the warm fuzzies on a smaller scale. This one is full of gorgeous photos of vineyard foliage and sunlight, not to mention the bride's lovely blue dress. Grab a glass of vino and find out why the reverend gave the groom a slap!
This wedding is an explosion of turquoise and red, along with touches of what they love: Mexican folkloric art, scooters, and their Boston Terrier! This bride may not have been a fan of weddings initially, but it looks like she and her groom embraced personalization and ended up loving it. And seriously, their dog in a handmade dress is too adorable to miss.
There were loads of lovely dresses in the Offbeat Flickr Pool, the Offbeat Bride Tribe, and Pinterest this week. Sparkles, short and pink, elegant black, and giant flowers were the stand-outs. But that's not all: we also have an adorable ring bearer, "yay" flags, a Princess Bride cake, and another Bridethulhu sighting out in the wild.
Jason and Charlotte met at school and fell in love over juggling, Sufi singing, and night walks. I love these people already. With lots of crafty touches (including a nettle felted portrait!), tea favors, and a milk and honey ceremony, this wedding has soothing and peaceful written all over it.
These free spirits wanted to show off their beloved Northwest scenery and atmosphere. They decided that Whidbey Island would be the perfect locale since both families have connections to the area and it's where the groom proposed! With some greek food, lawn games, tons of community support, and a sweet pre-ceremony ring warming, this wedding is bound to pull some heartstrings.
After initially wanting a beach wedding in South Africa, Claire and Richard decided to share their joy with their families in the UK. And get this: the theme for the day was funky shoes and a surprise dress change!