Not even a broken foot and a VERY large walking cast could stop Mariesa from marrying her fellow TV geek Gary. See how they pulled it off this TV-themed wedding and looked great doing it.
“I have a condition called fibromyalgia which causes me near constant pain and makes me feel tired very easily. I am really worried about how to deal with receiving lines…”
Jobe wanted a court house wedding, but I have a lot of important friends and family that I wanted to share our day with (I’m a cancer survivor, and eight years ago I wasn’t sure if I would ever get to this point in my life). I just wanted to have a big party with vegan and vegetarian food, and promised Jobe a three – five minute ceremony.
Living a non-traditional life meant our guests weren’t expecting a traditional day from the start, so we had complete freedom. We’re bisexual so it was important our day was a celebration of not just our love but of love generally.
I had a “Just Married” sign on the back of my wheelchair, and at the end of the aisle we had a pause and were able to enjoy each others company for a minute…
Happy almost-Halloween! Today marks our final post in our month-long celebration of Halloween weddings. The Offbeat Bride: Steff, Copywriter and Braille Transcriber Her Offbeat Partner: James, Geo-technician, Armourer and heavy metal drummer Location & date of wedding: Spookers, Kingseat Hospital Grounds, Kingseat, New Zealand — 1 November 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: James and […]