These recent submissions to the Offbeat Bride photo pool from Steve Koo photography make it clear that if you want no dancing at your reception, bowling may be your solution. Also, the lighting at bowling alleys is tres dramatique, oui?: The shots remind me of this amazing series from Melissa’s Idaho wedding last year by […]
The Offbeat Bride: Adair, Grad Student My Offbeat Partner: Christiaan, Grad Student Location & date of wedding: Bartlesville Community Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma — 01/03/2009 What made our wedding offbeat: We both had very different conceptions of what our wedding should be. The groom was very keen on much of the symbolic tradition of weddings, […]
“I’m going to marry a wonderful man who is a recovering addict and has been clean for over 8 years. Alcohol at the wedding will be a HUGE no-no. What can I do to get people on the dance floor and to have fun without the aid of beer?”
The offbeat bride: Amy, Public Defense Lawyer Her offbeat partner: Mikel, Public Defense Lawyer Location & date of wedding: Sister City Gardens in Kiwanis Park, Tempe, AZ on October 11th, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Most things were done on a bargain, but few were DIY, only those that my mother did for me, […]
Two gorgeous brides, two gorgeous dresses, lots of neo-Victorian details, and one bride shaking with joy.
As a retired raver, I simply can’t imagine not dancing — but if you don’t like dancing, there’s nothing worse than hosting a miserable, requisite dance floor that you spend the whole night avoiding. Luckily for you, there are lots of non-dancing options for your guests …