Tractor riding, swing dancing, and some almost-synchronized jumping

By on Dec 3rd

This week's reader submissions included Rosemary and Chris caught above in a fun group shot with their gender-blind wedding party. Plus, check out all those white bridesmaid dresses! The Tribe, the Offbeat Flickr Pool, and Pinterest had tons of amazing shots including tractor riding, swing dancing, and attempted synchronized jumping. Here's hoping your week is also full of great moments.

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Lewis shows off his ink while getting ready. Photo by La Photographie Nashville


handmade winebottle cork name place cards, with wax seal made at home

Ashley and Phil's cork and wax seal place cards are getting me in the mood for winter. The number of snowflakes indicated their meal choice too. Photo by Yaritza Colon Photography


Tractor bride.

Ashley and Phil also pulled off a little tractor prank during their photo shoot. Photo by Yaritza Colon Photography


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I totally love Gary and Emily's custom cake topper from Etsy seller A Little Relic. Photo by Deborah Welke


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Here is Gary and Emily's wedding party giving their all attempting a good jump shot. It's harder than it looks. Photo by Deborah Welke


Wedding swing dance finale

Cheryl (wearing Betsey Johnson!) and Gabe go all out in in their swing dance. Photo by Cory Parris Photography


Tribesmaid Phantomssiren and her groom get kissy-faced in their awesome fashion. Photo by Photogenick


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About Catherine Clark

Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor and a Chicago-based freelance web consultant. In her spare time, she loiters at her local library, makes art, and overshares on Twitter and Instagram.