Category Archive

disability

At Offbeat Bride, we know that disabilities aren’t always visible, and that while some of us might be getting married in a wheelchair or walking down the aisle with a cane, others of us are dealing with chronic conditions like fibromyalgia, or other invisible challenges like panic disorders, being neurodivergent, or having social anxiety conditions. Whatever your abilities, we want to help you have a wonderful wedding!

An elegant weed wedding takes high class to new heights

What happens when you mix high class with a bit of punk? An elegant weed wedding, of course! Jordan and Ryan’s winter wedding oozes with moody vibes and a stunning black wedding dress.

A queer burlesque hand fasting ceremony in the woods

We’d love to stumble upon this queer burlesque hand fasting ceremony in the woods. See what this burlesque performer and cannabis medical consultant describe as a “queer, witchy hoe, burlesque” hand fasting with a non-possessive ceremony script.

The Middle Earth wedding of every Tolkien fan’s dreams

Everything about this couple’s wedding ties back to their love of Middle Earth! With excerpts we all know and love from Lord of the Rings to readings from The Hobbit, lovers of Tolkien will find literary inspiration all over this “long expected party.”

This blended family non-denominational wedding was COVID-safe and broadcast via ZOOM

I come from a blended family, and there were no second thoughts when my partner disclosed him having two children from a prior marriage to me. When we met, everything settled naturally. Family is truly whoever you want it to be — I believe this whole-heartedly.

This bride with cerebral palsy walked herself down the aisle, thank you very much

Disability Pride Month with non-stop disability-related posts on Offbeat Bride’s Facebook and Instagram this week. To kick the week off, we’re sharing Phuong & Regan’s gorgeous modern elegant Texas wedding… wait until you see Phuong’s proud walk down the aisle!

Pagan polyamorous gender-nonconforming wedding

We got married at sunset, on Friday the 13th, in our backyard. It was a pagan handfasting ceremony that was heavily influenced by our personal interests. We are both gender non-conforming, so we removed all gendered language/traditions.