We wanted to be really intentional about how we approached wedding traditions. We kept what we wanted, and left what we didn’t! For instance: as a masculine woman, Ester wanted to experience some of the groom-ish parts of wedding traditions, like seeing her future wife come down the aisle. Also, since neither of us like cake, we had wedding popsicles and wedding churros instead!
This sweet Seattle micro-wedding was truly a family affair! Kristin and Kip’s community came together to create a family oriented ceremony. If you need a sign to start planning your at home micro-wedding, this is it!
Offbeat Bride partied like it was the BeforeTimes! Scroll through the photos from Offbeat Bride’s Minglefest, and learn more about why we’re changing our name later this year…
Nicole and Matt incorporated their love of roller derby and skateboarding into a skater engagement shoot that WHEELIE reflected their personality!
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.
Dorothy Ann and Matthew’s Seattle wedding was a happy melange of geeky wedding themes, from Star Trek and Star Wars to Tolkein and How to Train Your Dragon.