Offbeat Bride interview about unplugged weddings on New Hampshire Public Radio

Updated Oct 12 2015
A close-up of the text Audra Bayette included in her programs.
A close-up of the text Audra Bayette included in her programs.

I first wrote about unplugged weddings way back in 2011, with a two-post series:

The posts went crazy viral in 2011, and in the three years since then, the idea has picked up major steam. The Huffington Post noticed the trend in 2012, and New York Times picking up on the concept in 2013. I'm happy to say that the concept is now popular enough that it's no longer seen as "offbeat" in any way… sure, people still debate the etiquette, but debating wedding etiquette is basically the internet's favorite hobby.

In keeping with the growing trend, I was recently interviewed by New Hampshire's NPR station about why unplugged weddings have become so popular, how to do it without pissing your guests off, and (surprise!) whether Offbeat Bride is a DIY wedding blog. You can listen to the interview here:

The interview was just part of a larger wedding-themed WORD OF MOUTH show that New Hampshire Public Radio did. You can listen to the entire series here.

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