This Pennsylvania couple had their kid-friendly zoo wedding … complete with animal print shoes, and animal masks.
Perla and Stephen had some of the most amazing details at their gorgeous Las Vegas warehouse wedding. I’m talking growing garden centerpieces that doubled as ceremony decor, surprise quotes (that they BOTH used to surprise the other!), laser cut quotes above their welcome table, and a 12-man mariachi band that entertained guests as dinner was passed around. After cake, they kept the dessert train going with fresh made churros and ice cream.
A Hufflepuff badger ring? A butterfly amid vines on the band? A fox patronus ring? A subtle snake print on a masculine wedding band? If you’re wondering how these come to be, it’s a no-brainer for us. We work with our long-time custom jewelry partners at Joseph Jewelry. You can pick one of their gorgeous existing rings, of course, but why stop there when you can dream up a nerdy, goth, or nature-based animal ring to channel your inner familiar?
Zoo wedding, doggy ring bearer, fur parents wanting to include your fur babes, woodland creature lovers, furry wedding (hey, no judgment!)? Whatever the case, animal themes in your wedding decor is always an adorable win. Rustic deer and squirrels, adorable sloths, and all the cats and dogs you can handle… we’ve got your animal-themed wedding decor at the ready.
Jade and Matt have been together for ten years, they live together, and they didn’t need the traditional engagement shoot. The stereotypical couple poses just didn’t really represent who they are and where they are in life… and we know many Offbeat Bride readers relate! They decided to document a more typical day for them, plus some shots of them exploring of their city, Atlanta — and some fun kitty-themed props. This led to a really intimate and far more real-feeling engagement session…
We put out the call to our amazing offbeat vendors to see who had the holy grail of photo shots: the elusive and magical PHOTOBOMB! We love ’em and can’t get enough.
Let me fill your day with animals dropping in, guests nabbing the spotlight, bicycles flying past, and tourists getting in on portraits. There’s even a Disney-themed “photobomb” you won’t want to miss…