Karissa and Jonas were married in Santa Barbara among rich colors and gorgeous murals. Karissa designed her own dress after a Coco Chanel design and coupled it with a 20-foot silk cape for her train. Other details included gold-dipped bird skull boutonnieres, a travel book where guests wrote well-wishes on their favorite locations, and a 1950s Chevy getaway car.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of train posts.
Paul wanted a traditional Catholic wedding, whereas Melinda wanted to let her true colors shine. So they met in the middle and had a Catholic ceremony, followed by a rockin' reception at the hall next to Edgar Allen Poe's grave. The best part of the day for Melinda was when she walked without her crutches for the first time in eighteen years!
Donielle & Wayne didn't just want a wedding they wanted to create an entire experience. They rented an abandoned warehouse next to a train station to have their ceremony. Afterwards they held a decadent candlelit dinner party reception.
Jazmin found herself between a rock and a hard place when dress shopping. She needed a light weight dress (she got married in Mexico) and something affordable. When she didn't have any luck buying one she decided the next best option was to make it herself!
You've seen this wedding before when Ariel raved about the "best woman's" amazing outfit. Now get the entire scoop on my friend Alex's beautiful offbeat redwood forest wedding that I was lucky to attend. The Offbeat Bride: Alex- Community Manager Her Offbeat Partner: Mark- Restaurant Manager Location & date of wedding: Nestldown, Los Gatos CA…
The offbeat bride: Han, Safari Company Her offbeat partner: Woody, Director of Safari Company Location & date of wedding: Talyllyn Railway (for ceremony) and Abergynolwyn Station and Teepee Village (for reception) north of Machynlleth in mid Wales on January 24th, 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: My man loves his steam trains and the countryside,…
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