A sock posse, a Mad Libs RSVP, and a couple of mohawks

Striped Sock Crew
Darcy and Charles have a stripey sock gathering mid-wedding. Photo by madlove photography

This Monday brings us a slew of reader submissions including these dancing machines, a stripey sock brigade, a couple of mohawks, and a movie poster invitation. It may be Monday, but at least we have each other and these awesome photos. Check out what Pinterest, The Tribe, and the Offbeat Flickr Pool have gifted us this week.

RSVP
Someone got a little romantic with their Mad Libs-style RSVP. Photo by A Hazard

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GAH this D&D feather bouquet from Petrat13 rocks!

Desert Table
Check out Flickr user Megan's vintage-style dessert table. Adorable. Photo by Sheila Teruty

Papa G at the Grill
This photo totally makes me LOL. Bella and Rocco's Papa G knows how to chill and grill while cooking for their wedding. Photo by Antonia Levy of Avette Photography

Tribesmaid Ayla and her mohawked groom take to the dance floor.

Veronica and Daniel created this vintage-style movie poster from their shared talents as an illustrator and an indie director, respectively.

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  1. Papa G is awesomesauce.

    The poster is incredible. The table…I want!

    You guys make me love Mondays. :)

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  2. I want that vintage table and I love the Mad Libs RSVP cards. I may steal that idea.

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  3. Hah, I recognize those stripes from Sock Dreams!

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  4. Those socks are SO cute, and that movie poster is *fantastic*.

    (and, my little rsvp card making Monday Montage on Offbeat Bride is, quite possibly, the most gratifying moment of this pre-wedding prep – i am not joking!)

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  5. It's silly how excited I am to be in the Monday montage
    :D

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  6. That's gorgeous. I love the idea of a mad libs RSVP too, very cute. Plus, the splash of colour under the white dress? Brilliant!

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