Lots of pop culture, an adorable rockabilly family, and a bride gone wild

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Photo by Whitney Lee

Erin and Peter had these amazing Scott Pilgrim-inspired drink Kolder Holders made! But this week's Monday Montage is full of all kinds of zaniness including Alice in Wonderland, a rockabilly family, and some too-cute-to-eat Muppet cupcakes. There were lots of pop culture references in the Offbeat Flickr Pool and Offbeat Bride Pinterest account.

Rockabilly family wedding!

Calendar girl favor buttons from RockabillyWedding.

The Wonderland Wedding, Outfits.
Alice in Wonderland theme with the saddest little bunny ever. Photo by Pink Light Images

Purple and peacock accents at Aron and Kyle's snowy wedding day. Photo by Kage Imagery

Brides gone wild! Photo by Rock and Roll Wedding Photography

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Petals gone wild? Photo by Arnea Williams

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A wedding preview hairstyle not unlike our recent fauxhawk/mohawk post. Photo by Tony Webster

The Muppets are apparently quite popular on Pinterest. Source: cupcakeoccasions.co.uk on Pinterest

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  1. There isn't a photo in this montage that I don't like! The rockabilly photos…….my goodness!

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  2. I just love the 'hawk photo. I love how feminine and soft she looks (especially with that pearl-trimmed neckline) but how she still looks BADASS.
    And as usual, the colors in this Montage make my head go weeeeeeee!

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  3. The petal explosion pic looks like he is about to motorboat the living crap out of her, lmao! Love the muppet cupcakes too!

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  4. The pinup girl buttons are actually from my wedding to come…rockabillywedding on flickr I tried to find an email to let you know, but couldnt.
    I was so excited to see them here…and then..oh. ;D

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      • S'ok…so many people, Im not sursprised it could happen! is it allowed to put photos in the pool of a wedding planning in progress? I know you shouldnt submit to feature unless it happened…

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        • Yep, it's allowed, as long as it's related to your upcoming wedding. :)

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  5. ZOMG! The purple dress, the finishing touches…I. AM. GOBSMACKED!

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  6. Holy smokes! Those are our Scott Pilgrim Kolder Holders (a business with family ties and a competitor of Koozie, so "Koozie" really IS a bad word in our family)!
    I am beyond excited to see them here :) My little bro designed them; he's going to be psyched!

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  7. Is it just me, or does that guy in the background of the 'Brides Gone Wild' photo seemed to look rather ticked off?

    It's like he's looking at his new wife thinking 'Oh GOD, first the smoking, now she's at the drink. WTF did I just DO?'

    It just doesn't look like he's enjoying himself…

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    • That is me in the Brides Gone Wild picture. The guy in the back is not my husband, but one of our groomsmen. He wasn't cranky, he just looks like that. :)

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  8. that bunny was UPSET he had to have ears. Just down right SAD the whole time lOL!!! but, he had a fabulous clock to hold!!!! :)

    LOVE THOSE CUPCAKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. Yay!! I was at the wedding taken by Arnea Williams. It was beautiful!! I may very well may have been one of the petal throwers!!

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  10. Hello! One of the photos was done by Rock and Roll Wedding Photography. I went to the site but couldn't find out where this person is located.
    Do you by any chance know where their homebase is?

    Thank you!!

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