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Photo5 alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)You might remember photographer sponsor Justine Johnson, wedding and portrait photographer based in New England. You've seen her work in Help! A Nom-Monster Ate Our Wedding! or the nerdy bowling wedding, and her last discount-filled feature. But those discounts ain't got NUTHIN' on this go-round.

But first, let's take a moment to talk about why Justine is perfect for offbeat couples, BESIDES the fact that she already has a “zombie bride” wedding portrait session under her belt. Justine is willing, and excited to travel all over the world, so everyone has a shot at her wonderful photography. Her style is unobtrusive yet intimate, you know, one of those photographers that captures all your spontaneous emotions and details of the day, while barely being noticed. (Photo ninja!)

And now, get this: Justine Johnson is back and now she's giving all you fantastic offbeat couples a choice of two discounts. But the best part is that ONE lucky offbeat couple will get her to shoot your wedding entirely for FREE.

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Button vendor alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)Justine is super accepting of ALL types, shapes, and sizes of weddings…

I am INSANELY excited to photograph anything offbeat. Whether it be your wedding (or commitment ceremony/civil union), an engagement session, a Rock the Dress session… I'm in! Having your bridesmaids wear bright rainbow dresses? Awesome! Doing a comic book-themed reception, complete with themed drinks and capes? Amazing! Wearing an (insert wild color here) wedding dress? Fantastic! Simply throwing all caution (and traditions) to the wind and customizing the day so it fits you and your fiance? I am ALL about that. –Justine Johnson

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So clearly, the girl has won our non-traditional hearts. But she's going to really make you fall in love again with her free photography contest…

Photo1 alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride) Here's what you could win:

  • up to 8 hours of coverage on the wedding day
  • a DVD of edited, high-resolution photos
  • your choice of a free two hour add-on shoot — rehearsal dinner coverage, engagement shoot, Day After shoot, or Trash the Dress shoot

How you can enter:

  • Contact Justine with your name(s), wedding date, wedding location, and any awesome details she should know.
  • Get your emails in before August 27th, 2012.
  • The winner will be announced/contacted by Justine Johnson by August 31st, 2012.

Rules: The wedding can be ANYWHERE in the country/world, but if it's more than a three hour drive from Portland, Maine, you'll have to provide the travel costs and accommodations. The wedding must be happening in either 2013 or 2014. And if you have any questions about the giveaway, just CONTACT JUSTINE.

Photo4 alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)If that's not making you as excited as this bride looks, then here's something else that just might…

OFFBEAT DISCOUNT: Justine Johnson is offering All Offbeat Brides either 10% off your wedding/event OR a free bridal, Trash the Dress, or engagement session! Just make sure mention Offbeat Bride when you get in touch with her.

Dude, why are you even still lurking over here? Get in contact with Justine Johnson NAOW. And good luck!

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Comments on Win free wedding photography from New England’s Justine Johnson Photography

  1. Just for the record (because I’m not entering this contest)- Justine is AMAZING. She photographed my wedding and I couldn’t be happier!

  2. This is such a great offer! Just fyi, the link associated with the first hyperlink of “Contact Justine” in the daily email is broken, but there is a hyperlink on the bottom of the 404 page that brings you to her website.

    • Just take out the trailing /. It should end with contact.html, not contact.html/

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