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 […]
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!
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.
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!