Funny fashion, a bouncy castle, and the greatest shrubbery

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Photo by Spectacle Photo

Matt and Tisa found the greatest shrubbery to showcase their love. Reader submissions this week also had a tearful first look, funny wedding fashion, and some bouncy castle joy. Check out what the Offbeat Flickr Pool, the Offbeat Bride Tribe, and Pinterest had in store for us to start the week off right.

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Nicole and Tim's red accents in the Arizona desert make for a totally chic shot. Photo by Tristan Crane

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Check out Nicole and Tim's Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired cake, too! Photo by Tristan Crane

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Jennifer had a super cute and tear-y moment at her first look with Jack. I love these in-the-moment shots.

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Flickr user B00kbug made tons of ribbon wands! Here's how you can make your own.

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Rebecca's mom rocked her mother of the bride status with this shirt. Photo by Steller Photography

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More fun fashion from Rebecca and Dave's wedding?! Try an 8-bit tie. Photo by Steller Photography

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Lily and Chris offered little succulents as their escort card, which doubled as a sweet little favor. Photo by Wild About You Photography

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Can action shots in a bouncy castle ever not put you in a good mood? Photo by Rosalie Hincks Photography

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  1. That is a batman bouncy castle, and don't you forget it! ;)

  2. Yeah! That's me!! Pic #1. I'm Tisa :)

    Great thing about that shot was it was candid, I looked at him and then he looked at me. Rich (photographer) got both shots perfect! You can see the two side by side in our flickr album!
    Thanks guys, love the montage!

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