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Catalyst Ranch

Weddings can be a fun way to express your creativity and personality — they don’t need to be a year of stressful planning. Catalyst Ranch has everything you need to get the ball rolling and start planning your celebration. Our fully furnished & decorated event rooms are the perfect setting for lively ceremonies and receptions.

Altar Image Photography

I primarily shoot in a photo-journalistic style, I love the crazy, silly and goofy, but not everyone is like that so I also shoot posed portraits as well. I enjoy bright contrasting colors and warm vintage hues, but I'm happy to put your own style to your images and am always open and flexible to incorporate any requests or ideas you may have, it is after all YOUR wedding.

Kristi Odom Photography

I have built my career by melding my personal passions with wedding photography. From destination weddings in Ethiopia to conservation projects in the jungles of Bolivia, I am dedicated to documenting the vast beauty in the world around us. I’ve had the opportunity to witness countless important emotions, and hundreds of sacred rituals, from the commonly known to the wildly exotic.

The Reverend D

I know exactly what it's like to wander from the beaten wedding aisle and I love helping other brides create their own unique traditions. I go out of my way to make the process fun and stress-free, and I am open to any ideas you're willing to throw at me. Because at the end of the day, *you* are what will make your wedding unique. So essentially, my job is to help you express you.

Burlap & Rose Weddings

Burlap & Rose Weddings was created by the recently married Jennifer Toth Clary who used Offbeat Bride to plan about 99% of her own wedding. With over 20 years experience in catering and events, Jen launched her own business because there is a need in the wide world of weddings for more down to earth professionals who reject the wedding industrial complex and will instead find ways to make weddings what they should be: a celebration, an important ritual/rite of passage, and an awesome party.

Allison Williams Photography

Allison Williams is a Chicago-based photographer specializing in documentary and offbeat, quirked-up weddings. The more unique the better! The official stuff: Allison worked as a staff photojournalist for Sun-Times Media before starting her own company in 2010. She continues to photograph news and events and uses the same approach for weddings as she does in her newspaper and magazine work.

Robyn Icks Photography

I’m Robyn, the traveling wedding photographer for offbeat couples with adventurous spirits. No two love stories are the same, so let’s create some magic together. Based in Oklahoma, I photograph weddings in my home state as well as travel to your location anywhere in this beautiful world to document your union.

Lindsi Jones Photography

Hi there, I’m Lindsi Jones! Whether you are planning a large wedding or small celebration, photography is an important part of the big day. I am here to help! As a professional photographer with over 10 years of experience, I have been a part of hundreds of weddings and events of all sizes in all sorts of conditions – indoors, outdoors, snow, hail, fire, mud, smoke, wind, heat, rain, dark nights, bright sunlight and perfect days with beautiful blue skies. I study the art of wedding photography, and my style is simple: crisp, clear, true to life, artistic, bold.

Parenthesis Photography

I became a wedding photographer to give couples the option to choose something different. If you like the idea of non-frilly wedding photography inspired by art, movies, and fashion, with no rules about what a wedding "should be," we're probably going to love each other.

Aisle Less Traveled

I’m Cindy, and I’m your queer feminist anti-status quo wedding planner! First and foremost, I want it to be crystal clear that I'm here for all kinds of couples — no matter your race, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, immigration status, etc. and that I'm wholly in favor of giving wedding traditions the finger and doing whatever suits you two best.

Eric Fletcher Photography

When photographing people, one of the most important things is to create a rapport, and this is perhaps never more important than on a couples' wedding day. I try hard to get a laugh out of people so they can be comfortable with me and the camera, whether it's accents, funny walks, self-deprecating humor, whatever.

Life Events

I want to help you make this day unique and wonderful! As a Professional Wedding Officiant and ordained Interfaith Minister, I will happily officiate at weddings for Christian couples, non-Christian couples, Pagan couples, Humanist couples, same-sex couples, or any combination of the above.

Mary Cyrus Photography

I'm Mary Cyrus, a wedding and portrait photographer serving Dallas, Texas and beyond. No, I'm not related to Miley (but my husband is). I've been in business since 2010, and was rarely without a camera in hand for nearly a decade before that. My experience also includes working as the Head of Photography for a national retail chain.

Reverend Katherine

I started doing weddings because my BFF from our childhood Girl Scout troop asked me to. I kept doing weddings because I LOVE weddings. And I'm great at them. I want every wedding I go to to be an amazing, hilarious, sacred, musical, gorgeous, fun, awe-inspiring testimony to love. I started kept doing weddings so that more would be that way.

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