This pair of rockabillies wanted to go all-out with retro style: record place settings, cake centerpieces with tattoo designs, pin-up and greaser stations (for timely coifs!), and a killer band. You have to see what the groom did at the reception to surprise the bride. Let’s just say it involves Elvis. Oh, and I think the groom’s “cake” will appeal to some of you.
This week in our Flickr pool, we have a bad-ass groom’s cake, a wonderful first look session, a gorgeous $25 wedding dress, a surprise proposal, and paper flowers even geekier than a Boba Fett cake!
Once again, it’s time to round-up our latest reader photos. This week we had things submitted to us via our Flickr pool and Instagram. (Did you know you can now tag us @offbeatbride on Instragram to be considered for a feature in our reader roundups?) That’s exactly how Offbeat Bride reader Amelia got me to see her, her new husband, and their new dino friend on their wedding day! Now let’s look at MORE adorable photos of our wonderful readers…
This hodgepodge of rainbows and sunny moments has lots of creative awesomeness and colorful memories! The bright rainbow dress! The boyfriend’s orange vest! The quiddich robes! The skit before the vows! You guys, tune in for a team that pulled together and laughed together and serenaded the nerves away….
With autumn hitting its stride, it’s time to get our woodsy wonderland on. We’ve seen some gorgeous ways to use logs in weddings — from fabulous decor to tasty treats — and decided to gather them together for you.
In the years that I’ve worked on Offbeat Bride, this has to be one of my most favorite things of all time. Yes, those are bride and groom daleks made of cake, (sitting next to a Tardis teapot no less). Tribesmaid eclaire4186 explains how these Doctor Who-tastic wedding cakes came to be.