Unicorns, dragonflies, and an awesome skull stein #Reader Round-up#cake topper#custom illustrations#dreadlocks#kilt#programs#skulls November 26 | Catherine Clark enidjcoleslaw Photo by Cory Parris Photography Cheryl and Gabe had their table numbers align with photos of themselves at that age. They were pretty sweet at four. The Offbeat Flickr Pool, Pinterest, and the Offbeat Bride Tribe also offered us some custom programs, a unicorn shirt, a dreadlocked 'do, and a persistent dragonfly. Like a good breakfast, reader submissions are always a healthy way to start any week. Cheryl and Gabe also designed these fun, Mad Libs-style place settings. Photo by Cory Parris Photography Similarly, Rachel and Robby had a combined program/game/thank you sheet. Photo by Whitney Lee Tribesmaid Erinandaaron has a couple of awesome things going on here: our "Brides Love Unicorns" shirt and glittery nail decor. Photo by Altar Image Photo Jess' groomsmen get ready for a punch-up. Flickr user Ktk0812's dreadlocked updo is fabulous! Check out the style from other angles. Related Post A colorful gothically delicious wedding in Newfoundland Are you up for an elegant industrial goth fix? Today is your day. Ashley and Paddy ooze delicious and colorful gothic energy in their 'til... Read more A dragonfly took hold of Ashley's arm and wouldn't let go! I think he was making his own bid for her hand. Ashley and her groom also had these fab cake toppers in honor of getting engaged on a snowboarding trip. Jennifer's groom Jack celebrated with some gothic barware in the form of a skull stein. We're eating turkey in honor of these Clicky Links: What we've pinned this week: mug decorating tutorial, a unicorn headband for a "flower unicorn", and a way to preserve a piece of your wedding dress in a pendant! JR Blackwell Photography is offering HALF OFF to the first poly couple that books their services. Check it out. Oh Happy Day shared this alphabet letter tutorial that would make for some fun photo opportunities. Zest made vanilla extract that could totally transition into favors for a holiday season wedding. Check out this "pimosa" (pomegranate mimosa) recipe from Simply Gluten Free. Offbeat Home talked about CustomMade, a dream place for anyone with custom-made needs for their wedding. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Flickr! Want to see yourself in our Monday Montage? Submit your photos to the Offbeat Bride Flickr Pool. (Oh, and don't forget to credit your photographer!) Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Amanda & Kaleb's tattooed lakeside wedding NEXT Stop the violence against glassware: 6 sweet-ass alternatives to clinking the glass Show/Hide comments [ 5 ] I pinned that guest libs as well (from a different source)! It looks like so much fun. The dreads updo = stunning! And the pictures for table numbers are precious! Reply Hey thanks, those are my dreads Reply I love the idea of a game/thank/program. & Oh my the skull, I love it!! I've been playing with the idea of viking style drinking horns. Oh gosh I wonder what other awesome drink ware you could do, to the OBB archives! p.s. If there isn't a whole post dedicated to toasting glasses, there should be one 😉 Reply We have a whole ARCHIVE of posts about toasting glasses. http://offbeatbride.com/tag/toasting-flutes Reply Hi, this is Cheryl from the top 2 photos – thanks for sharing them! I have to say that gathering profile shots of Gabe and I from ages 1-18 was such a fun (and hilarious) part of the reception planning process. I ended up placing our high school friends at tables with the most awkward age photos (13-14, of course!), which provided lots of entertainment. The photos also seemed to inspire people to mingle around the room a bit. As for the wedding Guest Libs, I wanted to share that I actually used an Etsy vendor for those – http://www.etsy.com/listing/79844539/wedding-mad-libs-great-for-receptions. The vendor was incredible, I would highly recommend her! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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