Jordan and Conor had anautumnal woodland outdoor ceremony at The Dreys wedding venue in Kent. Once the ceremony was over, guests walked through the woods to an open field where a tent and rustic tin bar were all set up and ready for the party. There were pumpkins, smoke grenades, Disney memorabilia, and an Irish band, just to name a few of the things that Jordan and Conor included to make the day personal to them.
Allison’s dress was a DIY effort: instead of finding her perfect wedding dress in a bridal shop, she thrifted and put two different pieces together for her unique garden-goddess wedding dress and completed the look wearing earrings and a necklace she borrowed from her mother. Allison’s floral accessories were stunning, from her succulent flower crown to her cascading bouquet, which included cabbages! See the rest of this garden wedding…
Offbeat Bride’s Executive Editor got married! Catherine and her husband Steven share a ton of geeky and pop culture interests so it made sense to infuse fun references, soundtrack themes, and fandom homages into their whimsical, pop culture-themed wedding in Chicago. It was held at a West Loop venue with a feast, an ice cream cart, a Hogwarts Great Hall photo booth, and dancing awkwardly into the night.
Don’t miss the bride’s custom dyed ombre unicorn dress!
Wai-Ching’s colorful, eco-friendly, custom wedding dresses and attire have been a mainstay to our readers for lo these many, many years. Wai-Ching dresses and attire are so beautiful and customizable that we are endlessly surprised and delighted by the dresses we feature on the blog.
Here’s why we especially love the Wai-Ching process and result and some of our favorites in the sunset gradient style, perfect for both summer and fall weddings with their rich reds, pinks, umbers, and purples. OH! And don’t miss the discount we’ve got especially for readers…
Lee’s Restaurant is an amazing backdrop for fusing traditional Chinese cooking techniques with fun twists from Western and European flavors. Plus, it’s full of bold colors and textures that just look rad in general. So you’re going to go full heart eyes for this modern meets edgy wedding inspiration. Keep an eye out for the silver dollars in the table settings and the green jade jewelry in the bride’s hair.
Billy and Jenny actually got married in Ghana a few years ago, but between Billy living in Ghana and Jenny getting her PhD, there wasn’t much time to celebrate here in the States. Their wedding celebration day changed all of that. They invited a few of their closest friends and family here in the U.S. to the beautiful Glenview Mansion in Rockville for dinner, photos, art gallery views, and dancing. Just wait until you see Jenny’s fab multicolored dress!