Musical processionals, literal toasting, and a long-ass horah

By on Aug. 22nd

You guys gave us some seriously eclectic and fabulous shots this week in the Offbeat Flickr Pool. Let's see: we've got some faux vintage, a lovely gray wedding dress, some Fluevogs, and more. Happy times!

A processional with guitars, drums, tambourines, and sparklers is one I want to see. This Alabama wedding seriously channels the '60s in the best way possible.

Becca and Cort style up the trees (and with a gray dress!!)

And here they are in their self-described "longest horah ever." I totally believe it from the look on their faces.

Vintage postcards serving as the guest book at Natalie and Jordan's wedding is super stylin'. And get a load of the vintage film action. It ain't dead, kids.

Alex and her girls get a scare at Universal Studios. I'm too distracted by the shoes in this shot to be scared, though.


Photo by VeloDramatic

Speaking of shoes, there's been some chatter about Fluevogs on this post, and what do I come across in the Flickr pool, but a prime example from Gnat and Chris' wedding. Check out the pink accent on the groom's shoes too!


Photo by VeloDramatic

I also had to share this other shot from the same wedding. This time we're witnessing the grand tradition of the toast… with actual toast.

Amanda and Dustin know a little John Lennon never hurts to get guests in the spirit of love in their wedding photographed by Whitney LeeThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them. Let's not forget: love is a many splendored thing, love lifts us up where we belong, all you need is love.

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