Monday Montage: kind of blue

Got the Monday blues? Well, the Monday Montage does too… with a little bit of yellow and green to boot. So, check out some of the latest and greatest from the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool.

Post-Ceremony Sunset Dip
Photo courtesy of Jeremy Robinson at Brown Blue Photography
Jessica wore this vintage, polka-dotted dress, yellow ResashayThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them crinoline and blue shoes to her wedding at the Grand Marais Library. We also love her Surroundings Fine Art bouquetThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them!

Twirl
Photo courtesy of Jeremy Robinson at Brown Blue Photography
…Then she twirled her way through the reception in another adorable, vintage, powder-blue dress and fabulous orange shoes.

Hammond_Castle_Gloucester_MA_SE_W071010_03_398
Photo thanks to Pizzuti Studios
Danielle and Brayton were married in a mother effing castle in Gloucester, MA. And apparently, there were butterflies in involved.

Photos from Jody Burnett and Shannon Belletti
Anie totally looked like a princess on her wedding day with her blue ballet flats and shiny tiara. Sadly enough, these shoes didn't end up making it down the aisle.

Katie!
Photo by Studio Finch
Clearly, Stephanie's niece, Katie, certainly enjoyed her role as flower girl. She looks adorable in her multi-colored tutu. I wish they made it in my size!

Chicago Wedding Portfolio 2010
Photo by Mark Campbell Creative
This couple also had a post ceremony photo shoot on a dock. I'm loving the sunflowers and fabulous hat.

into the creek
Photo by Jenee Whittick Photography
Tiffany and Kristopher dressed up like forest fairy/elven creatures for their "Mid Autumn Night's Dream" wedding.

Hey, photographers! I love you and do my best to attribute all Monday Montage photos, but sometimes brides don't include your info when they submit photos. If I've featured your work but it isn't properly credited, email me!

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  1. Oh, I don't think it's unfortunate at ALL that Anie went down the aisle a proudly barefoot bride–the picture's adorable, and I LOVE that her mother backed her up theologically. It's a pretty cool story!

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  2. Stephanie and Katie are the cutest thing all day, and give me the warm and fuzzies. It makes me think of back when my cousin was 3 years old and such a little social butterfly. This was particularly nice to see when an old high school friend just accused me of being a baby-hater. OBB, you always know how to be my soothing balm. Stephanie, congrats on your wedding day.

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      • You can see more of Danielle & Braytons wedding at Pizzuttistudios.com (can link directly under the photo selected here) – we are in their client gallery. THANKS Rich and Ash for taking such wonderful photographs!

        The wedding was at Hammond Castle…for those who are interested.

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  3. Ahhh, someone I know on OBB! I hadn't seen Anie's wedding pictures before, and it's so neat to see them this way! 🙂 She's awesome, the shoes are awesome, the story's awesome.

  4. Wow! All wonderful pictures as always, but I am ENTRANCED by Tiffany and Kristopher! There's a bride profile that I at least hope has been written. So gorgeous and different! I can't stop clicking through their flickr!

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  5. Eeeeek! Stephanie's niece is so cute!!! I must see more pictures! Where do you find a toto like that?

    • There are LOADS on Etsy, for quite cheap too,in every color combination you could ever imagine! They're actually not that hard to make once you have the right fabric, all you do is knot strips around an elastic waistband (or sew them if you have more time, but to be honest it doesn't mae that much difference) until you get that nice sticky-outy effect. They're definetely fab!

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