I love feathery weddings, and that includes the groom’s lapels. (photo from NYTimes) Thanks to Brooklyn Bride for bringing this New York Times style feature to my attention. Related: Archive of Offbeat Bride posts about peacock weddings.
Raina, who’s featured in the budget chapter of the 2nd edition of Offbeat Bride the book, rocked her autumn wedding wearing her mother’s wedding dress.
Obviously I have a thing for red wedding dresses… Photographer Martin Oliver captured a bride named Penaran in a red Ian Stuart dress. I love the rouching of the red train, and the bride’s adorable little cocktail hat! For more shots, keep reading. And thanks to Martin Oliver Weddings for the photos! Check out our […]
I wish you could see a bit more of the bride’s hair in this shot — she’s got some amazing styling going on what with hot-rolled chunks rolling over sunflowers and daisies and then little wild tendrils all over.
The style is casual and perfect for late summer/autumn weddings. I love it and wish I could see a bit more of what was going on … still, inspiring!
I love this Scottish bride’s dress — I’ve never seen anything like it. The black underskirt and bust give it the most amazing flavor. I can imagine this concept working with any number of colors — blue, red, whatever.
I look at a lot of wedding pictures, and I randomly get obsessed with certain accessories … today it’s boots. Brides in boots! I love them. These boots are made for walking … down the aisle.