Satanic wedding in Hell on Devils Night – with vows!
We got married in Hell, Michigan and did most of our photos beforehand at the Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit. We wanted a whole “Wed Til’ We’re Dead” mood, and the location definitely helped…
This bride with cerebral palsy walked herself down the aisle, thank you very much
Disability Pride Month with non-stop disability-related posts on Offbeat Bride’s Facebook and Instagram this week. To kick the week off, we’re sharing Phuong & Regan’s gorgeous modern elegant Texas wedding… wait until you see Phuong’s proud walk down the aisle!
Wait until you see the interactive puzzle game at this books & RPG wedding
Our wedding was VERY unapologetically us. I love books and reading, my husband loves D&D and roleplaying, and we both love puzzles and escape rooms — so our wedding encompassed all of it. Everywhere we could infuse a bit of flavor to fit these themes, we did. From my bridesmaid's book-bouquets and the groomsmen's d20 boutonnieres, to our wedding arch made of repurposed books, to the actual puzzles guests could solve.
A Hallowedding costume party with a gorgeous purple and black gown
Melanie and Cory were getting married on Friday the 13th and wanted to take full advantage of it falling in October, so they had a Halloween themed wedding to celebrate their favorite holiday at the same time…
Count the fandoms at this elegant & crafty super-nerd puzzlefest wedding
I commissioned a Renaissance faire vendor to make my purple leather and multicolor dyed silk dress with an ornate Sailor Moon themed Silver Millennium detail on the back, and both of us wore cloth shoes that I had covered in art representing our favorite fandoms. We called our mixed-gendered wedding parties the Bridesguard and Groomsguard, and the perfect metaphor for us as a couple actually occurred right before the wedding when they took us out and shielded us from each others' sight so we could do an Articuno raid in Pokémon Go standing back to back before the ceremony.
Don’t miss the DIYed jacket & glitter Doc Martens at this funky & chic queer wedding
Sara and David live in New York City, but chose to get married at the Concord Country Club where David’s mom got married a few years earlier. They had loved it and trusted them to handle an amazing wedding. They really wanted a small celebration surrounded by nature. Sara, a genderqueer bride, made that stylish leather jacket, and chose to play with other wedding traditions by wearing gold glitter Doc Martens for that something new, and Van Gogh’s Starry Night socks for the something blue.