Monday Montage: part two

January 10 |

Ariel and I just freaked the eff out over the latest photos in the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool. (It might be because we are both a little high on caffeine). Regardless, I literally couldn't wait until next week to share these HAWT photos! So, this morning we're gettin' a little crazy on Offbeat Bride and doing the first ever Monday Montage: part two.

Best women
Photo by Jim Poyner
OMG, check out Zoe's best woman. She looks bananas amazing: her hair, her outfit, her EVERYTHING. But she's not the only one…

Yay
Photo by Jim Poyner
The rest of the wedding party (including the bride and groom) rocked this winter wedding. Gimme gimme MOAR.

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Umm, check out Emma's epic purple train! Someone, please put me in my coffin, because I die.

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Photo thanks to Paul Tatterson
WOAH. What in the what is that in the background?

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

    • agreed! i'd love to find out who made the gorgeous brownish one with the green skirt. ab fab!

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  1. those top pictures are AWESOME, i really hope we hear more about them, i love winter weddings! and epic train is epic!
    and, um, wow. clouds. is that a museum? because that is amazing!

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  2. *sigh* I just adore Monday Montage, and to have two! Let me say that again….*sigh*

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  3. Please, please… more information on Zoe's wedding! particularly about where she and her party got those dresses!

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  4. The last picture is my Sister and Brother-in-Law! My sister was a Beautiful Bride! Their Wedding was awesome! :D
    Yay!! :D

    JC

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  5. Thanks everyone,

    I thought you would like that picture of my beautiful little sister and wonderful close friend Laura.

    Miriam's costume was put together from a cheap-ish shop bought corset and the rest of her outfit was designed by her and made by one of her friends in Edinburgh – the friend is a dress maker and I can poke Mim for her details if you would like.

    My dress and jacket was made by a very skilled dressmaker and I was happy with the results but I am not keen to give out her details as I would not recommend her as an easy person to work with, especially as her work is very expensive. She ramped up the stress factor in designing the dress which was sad as it was the one bit of wedding planning I was really looking forward to.

    But if you would like the address of another awesome dressmaker from London I could give you the details of the woman who designed and made Gary's outfit – another Zoe.

    Laura's outfit is made up of a skirt made from an indian sari and a jacket from Marks and Spencers.

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