Tying the knot, epic wedding dresses, and one uber geeky archway #Reader Round-up#alice in wonderland#bride in pants#first dance#geeky#green shoes May 2 | Coco Rosenquist Every week I gawk at all of the insanely great photos in the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool. You guys always kill it. Just when I think weddings can't get any cooler, y'all make arches out of light-sabers, have dresses with epic trains, and just look so damn good. Nadine and her man sure know how to shake their groove thangs. Heidi and her man tied the (hand-fasting) knot on the Aran Islands in Ireland. I'm lovin' the bride-in-pants look that Heidi is rocking. Flowy tunic + white pants = YES PLEASE. Photos by Di Victoria Yin OMG. Can we all just take a second to appreciate the bottom of CJ's dress? That skirt is amazing! Jess is one lucky lady. Stayed tuned to get their full wedding profile later this week. Photos by Jennifer West Kimberly and her partner had an Alice In Wonderland-themed wedding. I love their mini top-hats and the Alice look-alike. Photo by Jessica Blaine Smith Holy shit. The back of this dress is royally epic. Related Post Cindy & Sam's geeky bibliophile wedding We couldn't resist mentioning the book arch in this gorgeous wedding in recent Monday Montage, and now Cindy's giving us the whole bibliography. Folded paper... Read more Photo by Felix Rust Photography I love the flower belt, orange accessories, and bouquet action happening in this shot. Tres chic. Photo thanks to Caitlin's Creations Photography Green shoes abound! Photos by Marla Olivia Photography Lab coats and capes AND light-sabers, OH MY! Stephanie and her husband aren't afraid to show their geeky side. Photo by Yin Tang Ben and Ella's friends joined in on their first dance. They formed a line and skipped to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' "Home." Photo by Pink Light Images Joe and Chrystine got married at the Waxahachie Scarborough Faire. I adore the wreath of silver flowers and ribbons in Chrystine's hair. To end this Monday Montage with a bang, I give you this. Put me in my grave because I DIE. Everything in this photo is FUCKING amazing. Especially the colors. This week's Clicky Links: Sink your teeth in these fantastic Firefly cupcakes. What is with these gamer geeks and their amazing proposals!? Last week Ang linked me to this Super Mario Bros-themed proposal AND a proposal, delivered by Borderlands' comedy-reliefbot Claptrap. Two words (well, one's more like an abbreviation, but cut me some slack): OMG shoes. Hot Etsy shoes, courtesy of Dootsiebug. Offbeat Home readers have offered up their tips on how to decorate bland spaces that could work just as easily on blank canvas wedding venues. Just for funsies, this is quite possibly my favorite post on Offbeat Mama, nay, my favorite piece of Ariel-writing EVAR. 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! 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 Olivia & Mike's fall French foodie wedding NEXT Sweet and silly wedding readings from children's books Toggle comments [ 13 ] I love the (apparent) bridesmaid in the last picture. Her quizzical look is hilarious!! 1 agrees Reply What a creative batch of photos this Monday morning! I'm in love the with green wedding shoes of the bride and groom. <3 Shoe shots are amazing! 1 agrees Reply I love pictures of smiling brides! From the first picture to the last, I smiled throughout the whole post. Congrats to all the beautiful lovers of love! Reply Awww the Super Mario proposal is adorable! Reply YAY! Thanks for featuring my etsy treasury! Reply If you're going to rock a train that red one is the way to go! Reply I am pretty darn sure that that last picture is outside Union Station in Toronto – sweet!! Reply Heather that is union station in Toronto!!! Good eye!!! Reply Oh those green shoes. I love that the groom got to be part of the colored-shoe trend. And I love the song "Home". I have deeply considered it being the last song of the night. Reply thanks so much for featuring my photo!!! it was even prettier in person!!!!…her dress & headwear…very very pretty, in the sunlight! Reply Thanks for featuring one of our photos!! There's LOTS more orange where that came from. Perhaps I should submit my wedding… Reply Yes, you should! Reply Thanks for featuring a photo of our handfasting in Ireland!!! 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