Steampunk groom gear breakdown
Check out what showed up in our Flickr pool — some amazing steampunk “groom gear” action from Michele and Matt’s steampunk wedding! Now, granted I am not an expert on steampunk but I think Matt here can give us all a good lesson…
Ingi & Jay’s neo-Victorian, steampunk, black & white, garden wedding
The offbeat bride: Ingi, teacher (and OBT member) Her offbeat partner: Jay, beer warehouse supervisor Location & date of wedding: Edgar Allan Poe Museum, Richmond, VA — 10/17/09 What made our wedding offbeat: I fell in love with the Poe Museum’s Enchanted Garden on a tour when I moved to Richmond years ago, so when […]
Steampunk wedding cake
Liz and Austin’s steampunked wedding cake. The metallic gears, doors, rivets, and panels were all made of fondant and were entirely edible. This is probably the baddest-ass wedding cake you will ever see. Respect. Best part: the cake tasted just as decadent as it looked!
Aerin & Jeremy’s Neo-Victorian Haunted Museum Wedding
Neither of us had really thought about what type of wedding we’d want until we were actually engaged, but there were definitely a few things we knew for sure… Churches were out. The white dress was out. Hundreds of guests were out. And then Aerin found a copy of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and everything began to fall in place.
A steampunk wedding
The fact that Souxzi was able to organize this stunning, stylish wedding in three months (while also grieving her mother’s recent passing) is totally mind-boggling and is a sharp ruler on the knuckles of anyone who says you can’t plan a wedding in less than six months. Congratulations, Souxzi!