Amanda & Alissa couldn’t get married in their hometown of Washington D.C. So they loaded up two buses and brought all their friends and family to Connecticut to celebrate their union.
The offbeat bride: Marylyle, Librarian (and OBT member) Her offbeat partner: Jordan, Computer Programmer Location & date of wedding: The garden outside UVA Alumni Hall in Charlottesville, VA. — 08/16/2009 What made our wedding offbeat: Jordan is a Sephardic Jew and I am Unitarian. It meant a lot that both of us and our traditions […]
The Offbeat Bride: Sarah, Hairstylist Her Offbeat Partner: Jess, Baker Location & date of wedding: Friend’s beach house in Southern Shores, NC — October 11, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: We were on an extremely tight budget, so we cut out a lot of traditions that didn’t matter to us. The groom’s family is […]
The offbeat bride: Stefanie, Accountant/Opera Singer Her offbeat partner: Aaron, Web Designer Location & date of wedding: First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Francisco in San Fransisco, CA on December 13th, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: The wedding was very detailed, complete with Renaissance music, vows rolled in parchment scrolls, a feather quill pen […]
The offbeat bride: Jesse, Jewelry designer and style blogger My offbeat groom: Jamez, Restaurant manager and musician Location & date of wedding: March 2007 at the oldest Unitarian church in the South, the Unitarian Church of Charleston What made our wedding offbeat: The concept for our wedding was planned over drinks in a tapas bar […]