This taphophile couple had a cemetery engagement shoot to honor their love of horror movies and tombstones.
It’s been nearly 11 years since Offbeat Bride featured our wedding… here’s how we decided to celebrate our 10th anniversary.
With a lacy black gown and accompanying crown, cranberry cocktails, a custom tailored burgundy wool suit (with an antique honeybee pin), wrought iron, floral, and candle details, and dramatic proteas all around, this edgy wedding inspiration is totally bad-ass and chic at the same time.
It all took place in Hartford, Connecticut at Hartford Flavor Co. (a unique artisan liqueur distillery) and Hog River Brewing Co. (a favorite local brewery). A hand-painted vegan leather jacket and towering black wedding cake are a few of the must-see details…
Allison’s dress was a DIY effort: instead of finding her perfect wedding dress in a bridal shop, she thrifted and put two different pieces together for her unique garden-goddess wedding dress and completed the look wearing earrings and a necklace she borrowed from her mother. Allison’s floral accessories were stunning, from her succulent flower crown to her cascading bouquet, which included cabbages! See the rest of this garden wedding…
Ebony and Henry were married on a very cold Connecticut November day at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station. But the sun was shining and their sweet first look warmed us all up. Their reception was covered in sparkles, purple accents, antique books, and delicious treats.
Don’t miss the rustic birch-inspired cake, succulent placecards/favors and the very fun chalkboard guest book.
Hayley and Nichole are stunning creatures who rocked their greenery meets succulents meets intimate romance meets rock star wedding in Connecticut. They brought nature and whimsy inside with succulents and doorknobs as table indicators. There was sweet and subtle decor as well as block leather jackets and killer style.
Don’t miss the matching “wifey” jackets and Hayley’s ring with a gorgeous black stone.