Souvenir glasses, Star Wars, and one very literal save-the-date

By on Aug. 6th

Tribesmaid Stealmystapler offered these vintage souvenir glasses as favors. Alternative muglies FTW! In fact, I'm not sure I'd want to give those away once I'd collected them. That's taking one for the team… err, guests, in this case. But that's not we need to start this week off right. You also need a dancing dog, a very literal save-the-date, some lightsabers, and maybe a top hat. Yes, that's the ticket. Check out all our favorite reader submissions from the Tribe, the Flickr Pool, and Pinterest.

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Tribesmaid Stealmystapler also took time to dance with her flower pooch, who seems to know how to cut (and poop on) a rug. Every dog knows his tricks. Photo by Elizabeth Giglio Photography


Tribesmaid Staciafuchsia rocks her purple-over-white gown, purple specs, and awesomely giant bouquet. Photo by Ryan J. Lane Photography


Sarah has her rings carried in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. I'm going to wager that they are held in chapter 15, 'The Unbreakable Vow.' Photo by Bob Schlesinger


Flickr user Riptidemurmur goes literal with this save-the-date. Yep, that's a little date with eyeballs!


This bride and groom used Zazzle to create their hand-illustrated invites. So adorable! Illustration by Kyla Vanderklugt.


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A little Photoshop magic and Natalia and Matthew's Star Wars theme becomes a little more real. Photo by Sophie Surette


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This bridesmaid at Hannah and Peyton's wedding just didn't want to leave the ceremony! It was just too good. Photography by Christina Heaston Photography


photo by Vito Kwan at Jasmine Photography

Tribesmaid Rachael's groom Casey dons this fancy top hat from Historical Emporium. Photo by Vito Kwan at Jasmine Photography


photo by Vito Kwan at Jasmine Photography

Here are Casey and his groomsmen sans caps, but with pocket watches! Photo by Vito Kwan at Jasmine Photography

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