Lara & Steve are total geeks! Therefore, they wanted a wedding that reflected that. So with the help of their friends and family they DIYed their way to a colorful and geeky wedding!
We showed you the first part of Chrissy & Danny’s mind-blowingly gorgeous double wedding in Thailand. Now here is the scoop on their second wedding at a hotel in London. In typical London fashion it was filled with high-tea and croquet.
Ruth & Gareth’s kept their wedding intimate, with only twenty-two of their closest friends and family in attendance.
The offbeat bride: Trish – graphic designer Her offbeat partner: Patrick – technical operator Location & date of wedding: Wandsworth Town Hall, London UK — 14th November 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: We didn’t have a lot of cash, and we didn’t want a shiny ‘perfect’ day. We wanted to get married with all […]
The offbeat bride: Emma, Deputy Box Office Manager at The Lyceum Theatre Her offbeat partner: Carl, Lighting Technician and Stage Manager Location & date of wedding: Camden Town Hall followed by the reception at the London Canal Museum, Kings Cross, UK — 12/09/09 What made our wedding offbeat: We don’t enjoy being the centre of […]
The Offbeat Bride: Gabrielle, Artist/Art Teacher Her Offbeat Partner: Andres, London Underground worker Location & date of wedding: Ceremony at Islington Town Hall London, Reception at The Mildmay Workingmen’s Club London UK — 11th April 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: Our wedding was DIY not just out of necessity due to the small budget, […]