Kick-ass shoes, gorgeous gowns, and fabulous fashion

Wedding Shoes

Tribesmaid Grimmgirl DIYed the little pearl "I Do" on her fabulous red shoes to totally cute effect. Reader submissions this week also included a rainbow-clad wedding party, even more rad shoes, and quite the spread of luscious fashion. Check out what the Offbeat Bride Tribe, Pinterest, and the Offbeat Flickr pool brought us.

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Tribesmaid Catsbah and her groom look right at home in their San Francisco forest. Photo by Kirsten Lindquist Photography

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Hayley's attendants are serious rainbow mode here. We especially love the blue bride's boy in the front! Photo by LotusFly Photography

San Francisco City Hall Wedding
Give me a wintry city hall elopement any day, and Jordan and Channing made it stunning. Photo by Tristan Crane

Moody Marriage - Purple Wedding Shoes!
Beth's purple Irregular Choice booties are fantastic! Don't miss the close-up of the roses, too. Ohh, and for more purple shoes, check out this post. Photo by David Michael Photography

Moody Marriage - Donning the shoes!
Oh, and Beth just happened to make her own dress to go along with those shoes. Mad skills. Photo by David Michael Photography

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I'm feeling this elegant goth vibe from Bernice and her groom. Photo by Dean Smith Photography

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Tribesmaid Galaxyrum and her groom look pretty chuffed to be married. And who wouldn't be wearing those fab outfits? Photo by Paper Photographs

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  1. The dresses and shoes in this montage are incredible! Loving all the lace numbers!

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  2. That rainbow wedding makes me want a do-over!

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  3. Oh my gosh! I was on my honeymoon and totally missed me being on the Monday Montage! Awesome! Thanks!!!! :-D

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