Monday Montage: lovely ladies, staggering steampunks, gorgeous goths and dazzling dancers

By on Nov 29th

In the spirit of post-Thanksgiving, I wanted to repeat what Ariel said last week. I am also incredibly thankful for all of you and for the hours of joy and LOLs that all of your wedding photos provide me. Give yourself a high-five, because you all rock!

Anyway, getting back to business, this week's Monday Montage starts off with a bang (pun intended ;)). It also has some impressive lookin' ladies, a little steampunk, a little goth, a few umbrellas and some good old fashioned boogie time.


Line of Fire
Watch out. Jessica, has a gun and she knows how to use it…

Bride and Groomsmen
… She also has a gaggle of immaculately dress groomsmen escorting her — I wouldn't wanna mess with that. Also, the antique feel of this photo totally plays up the Victorian/Steam-punk theme. I dig.

Photo courtesy of N Barrett Photography


Speaking of antiques, how neat is Adrian's antique, gold locket?

Photo thanks to N Barrett Photography


Now, I'll zoom out a little so you can see how insanely beautiful the rest of Adrian looks. The purple dress was definitely a good choice, the color really makes Adrian's baby blues pop, and that bouquet matches it phenomenally. THE COLORS!


The only thing better then one uber hot bride in a gorgeous wedding dress… TWO beautiful ladies in lovely dresses.


Check out these two ghosts or Justin and Kelly having their first dance. Spooky. Also, you MUST take a closer look at their mind-blowing make-up. They sure know how to throw a Halloween wedding.

Halloween Wedding

Photo thanks to Continuum Photography


Dancing photos are my favorite. This costume-filled Conga Line from Alyson and Jeff's wedding certainly doesn't disappoint.

Photo by Mike Whitaker


Alex and Greg do a damn good job at pulling off this American Gothic inspired wedding photo.


Now, we shall move on from American Gothic to Victorian gothic, with this sex-ay photo of Autumn and Robert. They had their victorian-themed wedding at the Edgar Allen Poe Museum.

neb and cristin115

Photos by Ben and Angie from Angelica Peady Photography


Thanks to Murphy's Law, it started to rain pour during Cristin and Neb's wedding ceremony. Luckily, they came prepared… with umbrellas! Even though the rain ruined their CD player (which meant no ceremonial music) and nearly destroyed their wedding papers, they sloughed it off and had an amazing wedding.

Photo thanks to Susan Sabo Photography


Speaking of weather, Corinne and her man didn't leave it to Mother Nature to decide. They are both Special FX artists in the film industry, so they had a Tim Burton Movie themed wedding. The snow = freakin' cool special effect. It totally ties Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas into their theme.

Hey, photographers! I love you and do my best to attribute all photos I feature in the Monday Montage, but sometimes brides don't include your info when they submit photos to us. If I've featured your work but it isn't properly credited, email me!