This pair has an awesomely diverse community willing to celebrate and totally donate their time and energy into making this wedding rock. And boy, did it. In addition to the bride’s handmade dress (out of a sari!) and groom’s kick-ass suit, there was wedding party aisle dancing, ukulele toasts, and a giant group hug right after the ceremony.
A bit of trivia for you: This couple’s matching reds and rings will make you swoon. You’ll love how this couple got all their guests involved in their wedding, from crafty table games to speeches and songs.
This wedding is an explosion of turquoise and red, along with touches of what they love: Mexican folkloric art, scooters, and their Boston Terrier! This bride may not have been a fan of weddings initially, but it looks like she and her groom embraced personalization and ended up loving it. And seriously, their dog in a handmade dress is too adorable to miss.
This performance-based costume wedding had two men of honor, a best lady, a wedding admiral, a ring master, a banjoist and baladeer, a celebrity Lutheran pastor, a Drag Queen Mistress of Ceremonies (who performed a Barbie rendition of Steel Magnolias), and a Dolly Parton flash mob dance (animated for your pleasure). There’s lot of eye candy and some insightful philosophizing too.
These two are self-titled “Soviet propaganda nerds!” Say what!? Oh yes, propaganda posters, top secret folders, hidden coded programs… this wedding is a spy lover’s dream. Get your decoder rings and check out the retro goodness with awesome fashion, very cool DIY, and even a few geeky touches.
The Offbeat Bride: Becky, Counseling Teacher Her Offbeat Partner: Andy, Math Grad Student Location & date of wedding: St Joseph’s Co-Cathedral and Sunset Ballroom, Burlington, VT — 01/03/09 What made our wedding offbeat: To save money, we got married during the “off-season,” which was sweet because we wanted to show our family and friends a […]