It's a handmade montage: cake toppers, paper flowers, and petal cones… pants optional

By on Apr 30th
The Best of Men

Jill and Dustin's best men… sans pants. Photo by JillyKay Photography

When you start a week on a beach with no pants, you know it's going to be a good week. Sadly, we're all probably at work, pants probably mandatory. But to make up for it, I'm showing you some of my favorite reader submissions from the Tribe, the Flickr Pool, and Pinterest. This week I went a little overboard with the handmade items, but can there ever be too much? There are Legend of Zelda cake toppers, DIYed paper flowers, sweet little petal cones, and even a Han Solo in carbonite candy mold.

Tribesmaid Deweyandchaucer's handmade groom's cake toppers from GeekMythologyCrafts on Etsy gets major geek cred.


Tribesmaid Creepingminx had some crazy beautiful paper flower bouquets at her wedding. Source: julietinton.squarespace.com via Ariel on Pinterest


Tribesmaid Baconkins crafted these Scott Pilgrim comic flowers based on this tutorial.


Tribesmaid Befuddledlife has me mesmerized by the flowers, the red hair, the red dress, and amazing makeup. Photo by Shaun McCoy


Green and Purple

Green and purple petal cones made by Rachel.


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Best dance shot or bestest dance shot from BajosMom and her groom?


Patches the turtle

This is Patches, the very well-loved stuffed turtle who acted as ring bearer at Keri and Jeff's wedding. Photo by Derek Warnecke

This handmade vintage-style hat fits right in with this week's era-inspired theme! Source: etsy.com on Pinterest


After featuring a Millennium Falcon candy mold in this montage, I knew this Han Solo mold would be a great pairing! Source: amazon.com on Pinterest


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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!

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About Catherine Clark

Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor and a Chicago-based freelance web consultant. In her spare time, she loiters at her local library, makes art, and overshares on Twitter and Instagram.