A daddy/daughter duet, a chatty pooch, and a glowing Hello Kitty cake

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Photo by My Photato

Jay and Michelle are psyched to be hitched and the fist pump seals the deal. This Monday Montage is chock full of happy-sappy lovers. Plus, a sweet daddy/daughter duet, a chatty pooch, and a glowing Hello Kitty cake. Hopefully this makes your Monday a little more grin-worthy. Check out the reader submissions from the Flickr Pool, Pinterest, and the Tribe.

Boots, hats, tats, and an otherworldly glow. Holy cow. Photo by Tristan Crane

Nibblin' on sponge cake …
Andrea and her dad perform 'Margaritaville' at her retro enchanted tiki wedding. I believe we're ready for that wedding, Andrea. Bring it. Photo by Patrick Michels

Wedding Victory!
Happy days with ribbon wands. Get in mah belly! Photo by Jennifer Morgan Photography

Kiss the Bride
Just one more from that same wedding. Epic dip and kiss, eh? Whew! Photo by Jennifer Morgan Photography

I want a bride with a short skirt and a long jacket. I mean, a long overskirt! Photo by Setchell Studios

Awwwww!
Darcy and Charles have a pretty chatty pup who ruvs them very much. Photo by madlove photography

One of Tribesmaid Jeannieboucher's cakes: a Hello Kitty cake with a glowing topper. Cake created by Elizabeth Legge. Photo by the groom, Blondie (aka Ryan Whyte)

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  1. So many delightful scenes. Love the photo by Tristan Crane. It's absolutely perfect.

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  2. Ohmygodthatcake!! My cute senses are overloading!

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