We had what ended up being a disaster of a camping wedding. So we resolved to do it again someday. That day was our 10 year anniversary. For round two of the camping wedding, we rented out a campsite and I wore a green wedding dress to fit our fey (fairy) theme.
Here are a few of Offbeat Wed reader’s FAVORITE nontraditional wedding dresses… we’re talking the actual styles that our actual readers are actually buying this season, based on our affiliate sales data and lifted straight from the Offbeat Wed Shop.
We wanted to celebrate both of our families — Irish/Scottish on my side, Kiowa on his — so our ceremony was a handfasting wedding, held on Mark’s family’s allotment land. One of the things that tie both our families and cultures together is a love of horses, so including “wedding horses” felt perfect to us.
Lindsey and Jesse wanted their costume wedding to be filled with wacky fun. They combined everything they loved: pickles, hot dogs, and Twin Peaks into a big backyard festivity. Lyndsey even dressed like a pickle and her daughter was a baby gherkin!
This green wedding dress and bridal cape combination utterly enchants at Cat and Tyler’s alternative atheist wedding. Cat and Tyler made an effort to work with local businesses for their atheist wedding, with a focus on women-owned, BIPOC, and queer-owned wedding vendors.
This couple initially planned an Emerald City Wizard of Oz themed wedding, but thanks to Covid-19 they had to pivot. Their intimate wedding was a vintage green and gold theme that still rocked subtle vintage Wizard of Oz wedding vibes.