“I didn’t want to do a traditional wedding program, so I made a special graphic representation of our love story and printed it on heavy stock paper. I then glued sticks onto those so our guests could fan themselves during the warm, summer ceremony.”
When you think of longtime Offbeat Bride sponsor Luna Bazaar, you probably think “paper lanterns and parasols.” Right? Well, aren’t you gonna be pleased when I tell you that you’re totes wrong! You’re invited to check out the rest of the awesome wedding goodies that Luna Bazaar can provide…
Helen and Deepak hail from Chicago but traveled down to Port Orange, Florida, to get married at The Estate on the Halifax. The multicultural pair intertwined Hindu wedding traditions with Taiwanese influences and owned it — the day included a lot of awesome details, like the fan-turned-wedding program and mismatched red bridesmaids dresses. Twinkle lights lined each corner of the reception hall, and the party moved indoors to enjoy a fruit-heavy dessert table (no cake!) and tons of dancing.
Prepare to revisit your favorite amusement park days with this awesomely youthful wedding surrounded by rides, candy, and theme park food. The bride wore an epic corseted fantasy dress and their recessional wasn’t just walking out, it was a ride through the haunted house ride! The groom may have forgotten his vows, but trust me, there’s enough risque fabulousness in the ceremony to make up for it.
This week we’re celebrating our sci-fi-loving, fantasy-squeeing, and comic book-collecting couples. Today we have a couple of hardcore Browncoats celebrating with dinosaur centerpieces, Nerf Mavericks, and Firefly-inspired costumes.
Tribesmaid Revedehautbois and her groom Olawale had a traditional Nigerian engagement ceremony that included these amazing outfits (and gorgeous fan). And while this photo was a great find in the Offbeat Bride Tribe, the lovely photo opportunities just kept on coming.