Rich colors, huge murals, and a 20-foot train

Karissa and Jonas were married in Santa Barbara among rich colors and gorgeous murals. Karissa designed her own dress after a Coco Chanel design and coupled it with a 20-foot silk cape for her train. Other details included gold-dipped bird skull boutonnieres, a travel book where guests wrote well-wishes on their favorite locations, and a 1950s Chevy getaway car.


Sophiya & Delphine's French/Indian garden soirée wedding

These two were born and raised in two completely different parts of the world, don't belong to the same race, speak the same languages, or share the same culture. France-meets-India by way of New York all the way to Montreal where these two ladies marry in garden with a lounge-style reception and a menu that would give other menus a run for their money.


A colorful and elaborate Indian and American fusion wedding

This is a wedding in two parts celebrating two cultures combining. You don't want to miss the ultra-colorful saris, the fluffy red reception dress, the henna (that took 11 hours!), the giant pillow cake, and the sweet first look. So much to see, it's like sensory overload in the best way possible.


Bright colors and straight-forward photography deals from the Bay Area's Funny Bunny Photography

Natalie is the Bay Area photographer with the awesome name: Funny Bunny Photography. Funny Bunny is all about photojournalistic images full of fun, and vivid colors. A lot of her work has been documenting Punjabi, Indian, or Muslim weddings (wait until you see the wedding saris and henna, omg.)

But what's really going to tickle you about Funny Bunny is her straight-forward pricing and her two special deals for Offbeat Bride readers.