With 90 days to plan their wedding, these two pulled off a fusion of Victorian Gothic and Traditional Taiwanese that will blow your mind. Her beyond-gorgeous kimono and his dapper top hat and cane make for fabulous photos, but their thoughtful buffet of eats-for-all-eaters is a real sight to see, even if they did need help figuring out how to cut the cake. PS: the rally music for paper-crane-folding party? Awesome.
With amazing gradient mobiles that match the bride’s earrings that match her dress that matches the cake that matches the fiery candles… WHEW! Seriously, this wedding is a sight to see and totally authentic to their tastes. Plus, the bride painted a spectacular (seriously) triptych for the ceremony that made my day.
Lion dances and a tea ceremony, plus a take-two with white wedding wear means two times the awesome in one day. Check out this multicultural, good food-loving wedding in Minneapolis.
The Offbeat Bride: Katrina, Video and Event Production Specialist Her Offbeat Partner: Mikhail, Freelance Photographer Location & date of wedding: St. Louis Renaissance Faire Park, St. Louis, MO — July 19, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Our wedding cost us about $500 for about 60 people, but that’s not all! We had our fairy […]
The offbeat bride: Naomi Graham-Hormozi – Manager/Researcher/Kimono Addict/Textile Artist Her offbeat partner: Arian Hormozi Location & date of wedding: Hakone Gardens in Saratoga, California on September 26th, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Our wedding was very private and serene. We are both big no-fuss people, and the thought of a large wedding just didn’t […]
The offbeat bride: Madame Strange, educator Her offbeat groom: Sensei Strange, Magician Location & date of wedding: A friend’s yard, Austin Texas. 10/28/2006 What made our wedding offbeat: I was a geisha, he was a pirate, it was a costume wedding right before Halloween. It all began when we lived together in Japan, and he […]