Get to know Philadelphia wedding photographer Mike Allebach and snag a special offer

Updated Oct 12 2015
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Tattooed-Wedding-PhotosSome of you know our sponsor Allebach Photography as "the tattooed bride photographer." Most of you will recognize the name Mike Allebach as the author of some of our most informative wedding photography posts. (More about those in a second.) But did you know that you Philadelphia locals can get to know him in real life this weekend AND take advantage of a special discount? Here's how…



Speaking of remembering… who recognized those incredible image? Yup, they're from two of 2013's most popular Offbeat Bride posts, written by Mike Allebach himself:

Of course, the 12th thing you need to do if you don't want to hate your wedding photos is to hire Allebach Photography. (Duh.)


Philadelphia Allebach PhotographerSpeaking of the secrets to not hating your wedding photos… The #1 tip was liking your photographer, and what better way to like your photographer than getting to know them personally? You can totally do that with Mike by meeting up with him at his studio for a craft beer. You can meet and greet with the man himself, talk wedding photos, tattoos, and burlesque dancing(?) until you guys are totally BFFs.


Finally, after you and Mike become BFFs, you can invite him to shoot your wedding, and take advantage of his special offer…

Mike Allebach is currently offering our readers a free open air photo booth when you book him to shoot your wedding!

To take advantage of his special offer, tell Mike that you got to know him via Offbeat Bride when you book him for your wedding.

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