This wedding has all the D's: an awesome dog, a handmade dress, art gallery-style personalized decor, and a focus on disability. The pair also came up with a very cool way to combine their two families in a musical way. Oh, and just try to contain your FEELS when you hear what the bride's dad pulled out during his speech.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of wheelchair posts.
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.
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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