The offbeat bride: Bree, Hairdresser

Her offbeat groom: Damien

Location & date of wedding: Army Navy Country Club, Fairfax VA, October 6, 2007

What made our wedding offbeat: We wanted to be different and rock a roll — but still very elegant. I walked down the aisle to a Johnny Cash tune!

Our biggest challenge: We really had very little difficulty — we planned well in advance and stayed in our budget. Being understanding, compromising and remembering that it's supposed to be a fun and special time kept any disagreement and difficulty at bay.

My favorite moment: Walking out to “Rose of my Heart” sung by Johnny Cash, and seeing my handsome guy walking halfway to meet me.

My offbeat advice: Check out Whirlingturban. They make custom vintage style dresses that are actually affordable and one of a kind.

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Comments on Bree’s elegant rock ‘n’ roll wedding

  1. I love that they had it at “Army Navy Country Club.” That just sound like it would be the least likely location for an offbeat wedding. It shows that you don’t have to get married underwater or in a hot-air balloon to be offbeat!

  2. I adore Bree’s dress! I am still considering Whirlingturban as a possibility. Anyway, love the dress, hair, bouquet — just the overall look. Very sophisticated and cool.

  3. their wedding totally rocks!!! bree looks gorgeous. and i like it how most of the guests wore black or dark colors (always a plus in my book!)

    whirlingturban looks like such an awesome site – i’m so bummed i didn’t hear of it earlier!

  4. I love it! That dress is to die for and “rose of my heart” is a great idea for a song to walk to!

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