Jatossha fell in love with horses and got a job working at a ranch. That’s where she and Alan met and bonded over their love of horses. This was a truly DIY/community-assisted wedding featuring horseshoes, gorgeous flowers, and delicious homemade food. Don’t miss Jatossha’s gorgeous braids, the horseback ceremony, and a the perfectly lovely foggy day…
Horse dancing, cowboy boots, and decorated hay bales — this is one happening hoedown! After everything, this couple totally knows how to skillfully dismount a horse, battle the elements, and rock a horse mask like nobody else. Plus, there’s totally a video of a horse dance during the ceremony. It’s a must-see.
It was kind of a magical week for reader submissions. I encountered fairy wings, a fantasy destination sign, a horse-drawn carriage, and multiple rainbows. More rainbows is always better. Check out what else we found in the Offbeat Flickr Pool, the Offbeat Bride Tribe, and Pinterest this week.
I’ve rounded up some of my favorite get-away options for offbeat weddings. These suggestions range from the simple and silly to the outrageous and expensive. But all of them would make for great photos ops, if not major WOW factor.