I've often been told that I shouldn't think of myself as being disabled, that I shouldn't describe myself as a "wheelchair user," or even that I'm not really disabled. I have great respect and love for some of the people who've told me these things, but I think they're wrong. This is exactly why I won't be hiding my disability on my wedding day.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of wheelchair posts.
Stacy & Daniel had a Dr. Suess themed wedding which included three foot Cat in the Hat hats, a five foot Cat in the Hat cardboard cut out, stuffed Seuss characters used instead of pew bows and more!
What dresses are best for Offbeat Brides in a wheelchair? And how can you feel like you're looking AT your guests and not UP at them when coming down the aisle in a chair?
I had a "Just Married" sign on the back of my wheelchair, and at the end of the aisle we had a pause and were able to enjoy each others company for a minute…
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