We first bonded over our love of cats, horror movies, and burgers — so it only seemed fitting to serve burgers at our wedding. Plus it was a very budget-friendly option compared to many more traditional wedding caterers. We were able to fully customize our menu and provide vegan, gluten free, lean protein, and low carb options so our guests could accommodate their dietary needs.
Konstantina rocked a colorful polka dot wedding dress, light blue wedding shoes, and a super colorful bouquet that channeled Alice in Wonderland. If that’s not enough to get you all in, I don’t know what will. But we’re going to try! The groom, Giannis, took the reins in planning the Alice in Wonderland-themed wedding down to the ideas, photos, and details. They were going for magical over childish, and totally succeeded.
The centerpieces were hats, characters, and candies in lieu of flowers. There were pastel cupcakes, a topsy-turvy cake, “drink me” bottles, clocks, Cheshire Cats, and a rockin’ time all around at this wedding in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Every day is Throwback Thursday when it comes to retro weddings with vintage-inspired details. From the 1920s all the way to the 1980s (where’s our ’90s wedding?!), we’re loving this retro wedding style. Here are some of our very favorite retro bridesmaids, 1940s elopements, birdcage veils, pillbox hats, polka dots, and classic cars.
You’ve seen TUK wedding shoes many times on Offbeat Bride — they make the all-time most popular Offbeat Bride shoe (the peacock heel!) and the recently very popular cat flats. TUK might historically be known for their creepers (and their Hello Kitty creepers are especially cute!), but they now crank out a full range of heels and flats that are a bit less Hot Topic and a little more Hawt Mama. I mean, if you think unicorn flats are hawt, which I do…
Lauren and Marc’s New Jersey backyard wedding is the stuff of polka-dotted red flower dreams. The outdoor ceremony was held at their home under a chuppah with the greenery backdrop making everything look dazzling as hell. Just wait until you see the bride’s custom polka-dot gown, huge red flower bouquet with matching red flower fascinator. It’s going to make you blow your polka-dotted socks off. In the grand tradition of the hora chair dance, don’t miss the awesome shot of the groom’s face!
Nicole loves polka dots and all things winter, and Sean is a graphic designer, Whovian, and into three-piece suits. Can you say the perfect geeky winter wedding combination? Don’t miss the handmade paper bouquets, Doctor Who boutonnieres, and lots of red and white details. Let’s spy all the awesome festive details from this Whovian winter wedding in Maine.