A day in the life of an offbeat wedding (from a photographer's perspective!)

We wanted to get a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life of a real offbeat wedding, with a timeline and everything, to see what actually goes down at an offbeat wedding. For most of us without tons of experience planning weddings, seeing the whole thing from this angle is HUGELY useful.

We partnered up with one of our super favorite photographers, Heather Schofner, to highlight one of her many epic offbeat weddings. Who better to share the details of an offbeat wedding than someone who has seen and conquered it all?

Praise hands for the mad skills of this Washington DC photographer (and snag a discount!)

Devon's been our girl for SO long now that her stellar work is peppered throughout our site practically everywhere. From snazzy shoes shots to photography as art roundups, you'll find examples of her work and how much she adores working with offbeat couples all over.

Y'all want some proof that our sponsor and Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC photographer Devon Rowland will rock not only your portraits, but the whole story of your wedding day?

LGBTQ? Poly? Kinky? None of the above? This inclusive wedding photographer is your vendor soulmate

Longtime sponsor Austin-based Madelinne Grey Photography is one of those super special, so hard to find wedding photographers who just meshes so well with offbeat and traditional couples alike. She's partnered with us for YEARS, is an inclusive wedding photographer, was an Offbeat Bride herself, and kills it with wedding photography and lifestyle photography.

Oh, and she's got a big ol' discount for Offbeat Bride readers because she loves y'all the most!

This seriously skilled documentary photographer may be your ninja photographer bestie

Anyone who hires Deb is likely digging her documentary photography style, just like we do. And with good reason: she's done a LOT of documentary and editorial projects. She's got a breadth of photography experience that expands much farther than just weddings. She's even worked as an event photographer and as set photographer for television and indie movies.

Here are a few reasons we heart Deb Huber and why you will, too…

When you want to highlight the best things about YOU, this Northeast wedding photographer is the key

Checking a good wedding photographer off of your long-ass list o' things to do is one of the harder tasks. They've got to be talented, they've got to GET you, and they've gotta be chill and ready to blend into your day to capture every little moment of awesomeness. When we met Northeast wedding photographer Joline Cameron, we knew this was someone we needed to introduce to you.

Joline is a master at getting to know what your wedding is all about, what YOU are all about, and how she can make sure all the best qualities bubble up to the surface when you see the results.