On our Facebook page, I recently asked readers what they wanted to see more of from Offbeat Bride. One reader chimed in immediately with this feedback: “I’d like to see more ‘plain and boring’ wedding pictures. I see lots of amazing decor and themes, but what about folks who consider getting married as the most important part of the wedding?”
This couple may have shied away from decorations and traditions, but a little compromise made for a pretty gorgeous but still simple wedding. The bride dealt with a tragic blow just two months before the wedding, so this was a celebration of life and solace. Don’t miss the sweet log details, the bride’s gorgeous flower crown, and the adorable childen’s reading.
Want a lesson in how to keep things under a super low budget? Use this wedding as your example. Trader Joe’s flowers, handmade headpieces, and an accommodating photographer: a recipe for budget success! But the real story is the STYLE of this super sweet and tiny wedding in Massachusetts. So gorgeous.
Yes, there are aspects that my fiancé and I have agreed on with excitement; the entertainment, the hog roast, the tea corner (seriously, every wedding should have one). But those details have been easy to decide, they’ve made sense to us, and we probably would do something like that for any party.
My husband and I got married at a cozy Irish pub in downtown Louisville. The only time I was even stressed out and nervous was the hour or so before the rehearsal on Friday. After that, it was smooth sailing all the way through. Here’s why…
I have a soft spot for elopements anyway, but when one is written as beautifully as this one, you know it’s going to catch me right in the feels. Get ready to experience some serious intimacy, serious love, and a seriously fun photo shoot in the Denver snow. These two crossed some major hurdles to get to this day and boy was it worth it.