Derpin', dancin', and superhero-ing: readers know how to do it

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Jess and her two sisters derp it up in their retro '50s wear. Photo by Lulu Photography

It's a new work week and we're back to show off what the readers shared in our Monday Montage. It seemed like everyone was looking vintage fashionable and dancing. And then we're thrown for a loop by some superhero additions including superhero guests, superhero shoes (that you can actually buy), and even a Wonder Woman shoe tutorial. Let's get it started with all the best from the Offbeat Flickr Pool and the Offbeat Pinterest account.

Kelly rocks another retro look with a sweet little beret and cropped jacket. Photo by Kyle Carnes Photography

A little American Gothic is necessary when there is a barn available! Photo by Kyle Carnes Photography

Lisa & Simon's Wedding, 5 May 2012 - First Dance
Lisa and Simon's first dance looks like major fun.

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Valeda and Courtney's first dance is more of the snuggly, giggly sort. Photo by Melissa Smith

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Cassie and Jack's card 'box' is awesome, but the concert sign takes the cake. Photo by Paper Leaf Productions

Caped Superheroes @ our wedding
Hello citizens, we're here to save your wedding from boredom! These guests at Barbara's wedding know how to make an entrance.

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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!

  1. i recently helped "model" some of those cape shirts! (for Spencer gifts!) am SO getting one!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Oh my gosh, I so want to go whip up some of those cookies right now! It looks like the recipe requires a kitchen scale, but from the description, you should be able to use pretty much any sablé cookie recipe.

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  3. I got Superman shoes on Etsy! They were from seller "BittenApple." She didn't technically have them in her shop, but I found somewhere online that she'd made them once, and I messaged her, and she did them anyway! And they are GREAT! (Thus all the exclamation points.) If you're a bride looking for shoes like these, you should look her up.

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  4. That meteorite ring makes me super excited, because I recently found out from my blacksmith fiancé that he's making our rings out of the meteorite chunks my mum gave him for Christmas! So my parents are involved in the ring process, and we'll have space chunks on our hands!

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  5. This is a really cute post, but "derp" is really quite offensive… not to be negative as I love the content otherwise :)

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      • I did not see that post, but be that as it may I have a brother who is severely disabled and regularly has people yelling that at him in the street, so I found it slightly uncomfortable that a word with such connotations was used in such a lovely post, y'know?

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