These two were born and raised in two completely different parts of the world, don’t belong to the same race, speak the same languages, or share the same culture. France-meets-India by way of New York all the way to Montreal where these two ladies marry in garden with a lounge-style reception and a menu that would give other menus a run for their money.
“What I loved about my wedding was that there was absolutely no “show” aspect to it. I’m a very shy person and I’m always feeling awkward at big parties, so I knew for sure that the best day of my life couldn’t be one of those.”
“Don’t treat your wedding like a competition, focus on the things that mean the most to you and your husband/wife to be, not what others are doing.”
The offbeat bride: Rosemary, graduate student Her offbeat partner: Christopher, graduate student Location & date of wedding: June 21, 2008 in a friend’s wild back yard and forest, near Montreal, QC What made our wedding offbeat: We made up our own ceremony to be exactly what we wanted it to be, which meant throwing out […]