These grooms take traditional Indian groom attire to a WHOLE. NEW. LEVEL. This gorgeous gay multicultural engagement shoot is a beautiful example of embracing your heritage in your wedding planning.
Here at Offbeat Bride, we’re no newbs when it comes to gender nonconforming wedding attire. But this photoshoot? THIS photoshoot?!? It sets a new standard for what’s possible with nonbinary wedding outfits.
Set in the Evergreen Brick Works, a historic heritage site in the Don River Valley Park of Toronto, this Havana wedding inspiration pays homage to the elegance and splendor of 1940s Cuba. We’re loving the brick backdrop paired with a little bit of a tropical color palette and island-inspired florals and greenery. This whole shoot was warm, inviting, a little bit tropical, a little bit urban, and a whole lot of vintage gorgeousness.
Rachelle and Jon had a “let’s make it happen” wedding that we LOVE. Post first look meal break? Let’s make it happen. Moody portraits in the chapel? Let’s make it happen. We are extra glad for that last one. The Addams Family original score played during the processional and it was all about a dark and moody lovefest.
Don’t miss Rachelle’s glam headpiece over her short pixie cut and Jon’s amazing tartan suit. This moody wedding in Toronto is making our lives…
Get lost in the greenery at this herbal garden wedding (and see how they scored the perfect disability-friendly venue!)
This herbal garden wedding in Toronto was light, airy, and full of garden whimsy. We’re talking real herbs, greenery-covered cookies and cakes, and tons of green and purple details that popped in their lovely venue, Boil King. The venue in particular was a win for the couple, Christie and Matt, since they needed it to accommodate people with various disabilities including four wheelchairs. Not an easy task! But the deed was done and it was done beautifully.
Don’t miss the purple ombre cake at this fab herbal garden wedding in Toronto…
Shannon and Paul DIYed their 1920s-themed wedding with tons of rustic and vintage finds, gorgeous florals, and burlap and lace touches. They also included their children from their previous marriages, which brought them all together as a new family in some seriously chic duds. D’aww. Don’t miss the killer first dance (lifts included!), the super stylish 1920s-inspired wedding party fashion, and one-of-a-kind venue.