Chut’s parents are traditional Thai Buddist, and Jennifer’s are artistic Irish spiritualists. So they decided to celebrate both sides with two ceremonies: a full-blown Thai Buddhist celebration at their home and a non-religious riverside ceremony.
Michael Andrews is a wedding photographer based in Los Angeles with a background in photojournalism and documentary photography. So that means he’s a bad-ass at capturing the moments as they happen. Or as Michael puts it, “My work is true to the day and the vision of couples I work with. I want to get the real shit, otherwise, why bother doing this!?” Amen brothah!
Our wedding was on a holiday (New Year’s Eve), eschewed tradition (our vows were written by a Tibetan Buddhist Monk), and our family and friends helped us keep our costs down.
The Offbeat Bride: Kendra Bentle, Branding and Design Writer and OBTer SheHim Her Offbeat Partner: Blake Rainey, Musician Location & date of wedding: The EARL, music venue and bar, Atlanta, GA — 1/11/09 What made our wedding offbeat: Blake and I met on-stage at an Atlanta music venue called The EARL during an event aptly […]
The Offbeat Bride: Katie, Photographer & Teacher (aka. KatieMalone on the Offbeat Bride Tribe.) Her Offbeat Partner: Clinton, Glass Blower Location & date of wedding: A farm in Berkshire County, MA. — August 23, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Our wedding was perfectly us in every detail. We knew we wanted a fun country […]
The Offbeat Bride: Rachael, Neurobiology grad student and researcher (and hard-workingOBT mod) My Offbeat Partner: Dustin, Writer and English major Location & date of the wedding: Wyndham St. Anthony Hotel, San Antonio, TX — 06/07/2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Those that know us personally, really got it. Allow me to explain: Dustin is the […]