Monday Montage: red, blue, purple, orange, and yellow dresses! #Reader Round-up#Wedding Porn#blue dress#converse#orange dress#purple dress#red dress#yellow dress September 6 | Coco Rosenquist Man, time is flying. Another week means time for another Monday Montage. AKA time for me to share my favorite pictures from the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool. This week I reveled in all of the stunningly colorful dresses. *Hint* click on a photo to see more! Photo by Maurice Ramirez Sasha & Runn had a weekend camp out wedding at Jug Handle Creek Farm, in Mendocino, CA. She wore a red dress (that she made herself) and the groom wore a kilt… Photo by Wicked Shamrock Photography Instead of a first dance, Sasha & Runn did a fire poi spinning duet!!! Photos by Robert Gigliotti Kelsey & Larry got married in a church, then had their reception at a bowling alley. HOW FUN! And the answer is yes, Kelsey totally bowled in her voluminous, Cinderella-inspired, blue wedding dress! It matches so perfectly with her black and blue converse. AWW IT'S SNOWING! (Sorry, as a born and bred California girl, weather really, really excites me.) Anyway, this photo of Erin & Zach is absolutely breath taking! Erin & Zach had an intimate, snow-filled, winter wedding. This is a photo of them attempting to keep warm as the car was being pulled around. Precious! Photography courtesy of Greg Khitrov of Treasure the Moments OMFG, I think Jessa wins the prize for the most amazingly epic train EVAR! I have no words, except I can NOT wait to see more photos. Photo by Blessing Photography Roxalana & Russ abandoned traditions to get married in a way that was meaningful to them, and their loved ones. Roxalana opted for this unbelievable, fairy-like, iridescent purple dress. Meanwhile, despite some opposition, Russ kept it comfortable by wearing his converse. Photo by Melissa Coutts Erin & Jason had a casual, yet freakin' gorgeous wedding on some hill in Santa Cruz, CA. I love Erin's yellow and orange maxi-dress. And the sunflowers, can't forget those. They created an aisle by lining a path with more yellow and orange sunflowers. I think I'm noticing a pattern here. Yellow and orange: happy colors for the happy couple! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Coco Rosenquist Coco was Offbeat Bride's third intern, and resident fashionista. She lives in Los Angeles. PREVIOUS Nina & Tom's super fun transportation wedding in Seattle NEXT Nicole & Glenn’s weekend wedding-type thingy with a wombat Toggle comments [ 5 ] Look at those lacy (sleeves? Straps? slaps?) on Jessa's dress! And blue champagne!! http://www.flickr.com/photos/agony42/4948651460/in/photostream/ 1 agrees Reply I love Roxalana's dress! I can imagine my MOH going for something just like that (purple, shimmery, fairy like and awesome) when she gets married. Reply My wedding dress was epic train dress in cherry red!! The train is what sold me on the dress! 1 agrees Reply Purple dress = YES PLEASE! The epic train is stunning! Not my taste, but it's very beautiful to look at. The other pictures of Erin and Zach's wedding (clicked through) were beautiful. The one picture that says "I'll offer you a trade……I'll give you everything, you give me always" makes me want to steal that quote, and use it on everything somehow!! 1 agrees Reply Just got home from our honeymoon and saw this post, so happy that everyone seems to like my dress! Once I get the rest of the hi-res photos from our photographer I'll be sure to add more to the flickr pool. 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.