This Quebec wiccan wedding had a lovely handfasting that involved 13 of their friends, pagan and wiccan rituals, fire dancers, musicians, and so many of the couples’ friends contributing their wares and talents. It turned out to be a community-led wedding with fantasy, goth and viking details, and personal spirituality. You’ll want to take a look, especially at the bride’s amazing dress!
Dragon cake toppers, a giant D20, ring bearer teddy bears (who rocked the dance floor!), and a gorgeous traditional Jewish ceremony with a few added elements that made it personalized. This traditional meets geek wedding combines everything we covet. Just wait until you see the battle between Guilder and Florin at the reception!
Over a year ago, I reached out to Offbeat Bride readers in the hope that I would find specific kinds of offbeat couples whose vision for their wedding photography matched my own. I’m telling you… I asked, and you all answered, big time! The response was amazing. Here are some of my favorite photographs that resulted from these collaborations, AND I’m up for doing it again (with discounts to sweeten the deal!).
Look and lust over these DIYed wedding invitation suites, inspired by a sugary sweet tradition in Quebec, that include Moo cards, and also manage reference wild raccoons.
Our marriage was under the theme of “ice and snow.” It took place in the ice chapel of the Ice Hotel in Quebec Canada. The structure is made of snow, and two walls and the benches made of ice, with animal skin to make them comfortable.
“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.”