Adorable bride in a polka dot dress

Updated Oct 12 2015

I am FREAKING OUT over the photos from this wedding, which took place in a theater and featured a rockin' bride named Megan in the cutest polka-dot dress with hot pink crinoline.
polka-dot wedding dress
Thanks to Melissa and Becca for pointing this one out to me. *faints* One more pic of the bride, her amazing up-do and her button bouquet below…

  1. she did such a great job! love the theatre venue. her dress is too cute. i want to see pictures of everything!

  2. I just got married last Saturday and I had a polka dot dress! It was still white but I loved that it had a taste of something different with the polka dots.
    You can see pictures on if you're interested.

    And I LOVE her bouquet. Such a cute idea.

  3. Ooh, I've been eyeing up the candy that is a polka-dot wedding dress….gorgeous! The button bouquet is to die for…

    I have to stop reading OBB, I'll never be happy with what I've picked. 😉

  4. Oh my gosh, I love the bouquet and her simple hairdo is to die for. I am blogging about this post tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration! I am pretty sure that I'll be using some of the unique wedding ideas from Offbeat Bride when I get married.

  5. HO-LEE COW!

    Wow. Definitely like still shots from a movie. Stylin' couple and great photographer, too.

  6. She is SO cute even without being all dressed up! I love that bouquet. I think the only thing Off Beat about my wedding will be paper flowers that I'm goign to hand make.

  7. hi, it's the polka dot bride in this post again. I wanted to answer a few questions.

    the crinoline was made as part of my dress by the dress designer–it's just made of hot pink and black tulle. It's not dyed.

    feel free to e-mail me if you like my bouquet and I can tell you how I made it.

  8. Can anyone tell me where she found that cute polka dot fabric, I am in desperate need of some fabric like that!!!

  9. OMG. that dress is absolutely adorable! and the litle bow in the hair, so cute. Gotta love the retro inspired wedding dresses.

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