Tera and Ryan recently wed near downtown San Diego, California, and had pink details everywhere — the flowers, the bride’s glittery shoes, even the seating chart and wedding favors were all rose-hued! These two found a way to include a dash of the unexpected throughout the day, like using a neon pink megaphone to hold programs and decorating a guitar case with written ceremony instructions for their guests. And just WAIT until you see the skull-and-earthworm covered groom’s cake…
Carrie and Alynn created one of those idyllic days where everything seems to glow with love (and a fabulous blue sky day in San Diego never hurts!). From the pinwheel-lined path and bluegrass rendition of “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perry, the ceremony is one sweet moment after another. They celebrated their respective faiths, Christianity and Buddhism, and included a handfasting with ribbons tied by their mothers.
This destination wedding brings a reluctant to fly Midwest family to San Diego for a tiki-meets-roller derby party with cool DIY details like crocheted bouquets. Things get pretty crazy at the reception with an order to drink more booze and a lady in a chicken hat. It also takes a pretty cool bride to admit her mistake in her advice to other Offbeat Brides.
This beautiful wedding took place under a huge sculpture at The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Surrounded by art, the pair opted for orange, green, and butterfly-infused decor.
Clarissa and Sam were inspired by the Harlem Renaissance to create this edgy, playful wedding complete with a naked sushi lady, movies, and games.
Remember that photo I shared with you of the couple surrounded by swords post-wedding ceremony? Or the photo of a bride with a fuzzy creature on her shoulder? Well, that daring couple was Annie & Johnny! Here’s the rest of their Wild Animal Park/fencing wedding story.