You know we love us a sweet and tiny courthouse wedding. It’s one of our favorite kinds of small weddings and elopements! And this one has a little detail that we adored: a fire truck that was very special to the groom, a firefighter.
Their wedding day was seven years to the day of their first date. And it was on a Thursday! Now that’s how you get it done. Let’s take a look at this simple and elegant fire truck courthouse wedding in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Steph and Shelby had watched a really beautiful elopement video a few years prior to getting engaged and had it in their heads since it was so intimate. When they actually got engaged, however, so many people were excited and asking about it that they completely froze on what to do. One day after a year or so into their engagement, Steph finally suggested eloping to Disneyland in California for Dapper Day. And it was set: a tiny ceremony and mini honeymoon in the most magical place on Earth.
Midweek weddings and weekday weddings aren’t so unusual in some parts of the world, but even among the weddings we see on Offbeat Bride, weekend weddings still reign supreme. So weddings that fall on a weekday can sometimes throw guests for a loop.
This adorable pair got married two years to the day at the place they first met: a diner! The bride DIYed the hell out of everything with gold, florals, and vintage-inspired decor and her own pastries. It was tiny, it was intimate, and it was emotional (especially for the sweet flower girls/daughters!). You’ll be won over by this amazing weekday wedding with a “cheez-y” twist.
A wedding in New York in the middle of winter? Snowboarding in a tux and a wedding dress?! Meh, you guys know how we roll. Let’s check out the ski shot fun, the freezing but totally dedicated wedding party, the wildcards that surrounded all the planning, and this amazing pair of adventurous lovebirds.
These cuties met on Tinder! After the bride’s experiences as a wedding hairstylist, the whole idea of a wedding wasn’t for her, so these two took off to San Francisco’s city hall to get married and surprise all their friends. With only four people in attendance (and one cheeky officiant!), they made it official. Don’t miss the purple hair, glittery gold dress, and amazing scenery.