Jazmin found herself between a rock and a hard place when dress shopping. She needed a light weight dress (she got married in Mexico) and something affordable. When she didn’t have any luck buying one she decided the next best option was to make it herself!
Verity is Canadian and Lucky is Mexican so they drew on their combined cultures for inspiration and ideas. Also, they had a budget to consider so they had to stick to the necessities. Expensive tent? Yes. Expensive dress? No. Florist? No. Mariachi band? Hell yes!
Here’s another wedding profile with some of our new questions. The Offbeat Bride: Vanessa, Teachers Assistant Her Offbeat Partner: Adrian, Construction Worker Location & date of wedding: Los Angeles and Long Beach, Ca — November 28, 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: We wanted to have a wedding that reflected both our love of vintage […]
Be very very patient and tolerant, people just don’t think equal on anything, even more when you’re an offbeat spirit. Try to listen and be polite and laugh! Sometimes you’ll be surprised how even a really conservative persons can enjoy your ideas.
You’ve seen this wedding before when Ariel raved about the “best woman’s” amazing outfit. Now get the entire scoop on my friend Alex’s beautiful offbeat redwood forest wedding that I was lucky to attend. The Offbeat Bride: Alex- Community Manager Her Offbeat Partner: Mark- Restaurant Manager Location & date of wedding: Nestldown, Los Gatos CA […]