Video games, gaming conventions, board games… you get the idea. These people like to game! Their Skyped-in bridesmaid, hand-screen printed ties, and Skittles toast were the icing on this geektastic cake. Plus, the bride shares some sage advice for those who choose to sew their own wedding gowns.
Awesome crocheted details and a short silver dress were the icing on the cake of this party in an amazing space. Charlene and Cameron’s L.A. wedding was colorful and rich with a little bit of a gritty backdrop. Don’t forget to check out the ceiling — it is awesome!
I am feeling the pressure to “give in” to a gown in the white family, like ivory or eggshell. Few people are immediately dismissive of a non-white dress, but over time they begin saying things like, “How will we know who the bride is?” and, “You will look like you’re going to prom!” and everything in between. It’s started to seep into the more doubtful and anxious parts of me and I start to wonder — “is this BRIDAL enough?”
These two actually had two weddings, one in Thailand, and then the legal one in London. The Thai photos are jaw-dropping too (and omg, fashion alert: white dress + green shrug = WIN!), but today we speak not of monks and shrugs, but of cupolas and croquette…
Holy hell how amazing is this shot just submitted to the Offbeat Bride photo pool? From the funky purple boots to the well-timed gust of wind and the fact that this is one HAWT couple… everything is amazing about this… Jaleen, the bride that just gave us a fashion-gasm, described her wedding style perfectly via […]