You know a vendor is doing something right when over 60% of their clients are offbeat brides! And that’s exactly how our sponsor De Nueva Photography rolls. Nicki, of De Nueva, loves working with offbeat couples because she knows that y’all are laid-back, super creative, and generally just tons of fun, which then equals fabulous photos. Or, in her words, “I know it’s awesome-ness in the making.”
If you wanna make some awesomeness with De Nueva Photography AND take advantage of the offbeat discount, keep reading…
Hey, remember when we told y’all about the Lovesick Expo in Philadelphia and then ya’ll were like, “Boo, I wish this awesome alternative wedding expo was going to be in my city.” Well get this: if your city happens to be New York, you’re in luck! Next month Lovesick Expo is returning with a two-city tour in NY and Brooklyn.
Andrea and Alice celebrated their (awesomely legal) marriage at the Old Stone House in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. they had elegant DIY decor and a focus on all things love and family. Erica Camille met these two at the New York Pride Parade, and has become great friends with them in addition to photographing their wedding. Erica shared these photos with us and they are fan-flipping-tastic.
This couple loves their Brooklyn neighborhood and found tons of ways to highlight its food, venues, and local flair. They also made a neighborhood-appropriate getaway on bicycles.
The Offbeat Bride: Kimi, artist and designer Her Offbeat Partner: Paul, artist and museum worker Location & Date of wedding: Audubon Boathouse, Prospect Park Brooklyn — 9/12/2008 What made our wedding offbeat: I’m half-Japanese Hawaiian and half Jewish, and my now-husband is an ex-Mormon, so tradition was out the window. All we wanted was a […]