Bex and Cort planned a fab outdoor ceremony complete with lots of traditional and alternative takes on Jewish traditions, and were both fashion plates on top of it. Lots of laughter (including dad’s “presentation” speech and mad emcee skills) and lots of personalization made this day all theirs.
This beautiful wedding took place under a huge sculpture at The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Surrounded by art, the pair opted for orange, green, and butterfly-infused decor.
Liz and Cristina got married in Miami and spent the entire day together, including donning their Wai-Ching dresses, colorful boots, and bacon earrings. Mark and Raven of [vendor-heart link="http://vendors.offbeatwed.com/2011/leah-and-mark"]Leah and Mark Photography[/vendor-heart] captured all the fun and have shared it with us.
With a budget the size of one month’s rent, this thrifty couple capitalized on the talents of friends and family to create an intimate and musical wedding with vegan flair. Their outdoor ceremony may have been rained out, but the indoor alternative amplified the music and they preferred it in the end. Crisis averted.
Americans living in Australia planning an international wedding in Hawaii — I don’t know how they did it, but you’ll totally want to see it. And they give good advice: always have a piñata.
This worldly couple manages to elegantly combine traditions from Buddhist, Jewish, Filipino, Catholic, and Chinese into one heckuva wedding. And you don’t want to miss the a-dor-able video of Juno surprising Noah with a choreographed dance number!