You know what’s trending right now with Offbeat Brides? GOLD WEDDING DRESSES! I decided to round up a few of my favorite gold wedding dresses that you can buy online, include lots of plus size options, and even some gold maternity wedding dresses!
If you’re getting married in 2021, there’s a decent chance that you actually wanted to get married last year, and had to delay. You may have already picked your dress out, or you may be on the hunt for the perfect plus-size wedding dress from a dressmaker who really gets inclusive sizing. So for all of us scrambling to get married after the shitshow that was 2020, I’m rounding up some of the best plus-size wedding dresses I’ve seen so far this year. And because this is Offbeat Bride, you’ll find lots of bold colors and design elements like separates, embroidery, high-low hems, gothic vibes, and more!
If you need your eye-candy fix for the day, you’ll want to take your time with these halloween wedding details — a custommade gold wedding dress, chic skull decor, and wedding dogs dressed to match the couple!
Angela and Vojtech are planning a larger wedding next year overseas with family, but they wanted a Philadelphia elopement just for the two of them beforehand. They had a sweet private ceremony and lots of street photography in the city they love. They chose the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel for the wedding and then we went to Philadelphia’s Broad Street for some romantic photos.
After 14 years of waiting, these Australian ladies finally had the sparkly potluck wedding of their dreams
We waited over 14 years to get married because Australia took its sweet time to come around to marriage equality, and in that time we really managed to shed pretty much every idea and expectation around what weddings should be that didn't suit or serve us. So our wedding was relaxed, fun, and totally us.
Our very tight budget meant that we opted to go for a potluck over a catered event, and we chose a 'cake and cheese' theme.
Mario Kart, an open mic, and an aisle walk through a fog machine(!) at this creative Chicago wedding
Heather and Tim rocked their creatively DIYed Chicago wedding with an eye on maximum fun and a comfortable atmosphere for their guests. It was totally a collaboration between themselves and their creative guests. Whether it was an area where people could play cards, battle at Mario Kart, or a hilarious open mic, everyone was in their element.
Just wait until you see how the bride walked down the aisle through a fog machine!