Fire dancers, tattoos and one nerd-tastic groom's cake #Wedding Porn#beach#garter#grooms cake#handmade#long-haired groom#tattoo#umbrella March 21 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride A new week means a new round-up of your fantastic photos from the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool. This Monday Montage has a hodgepodge of amazing dresses, impeccable details, silly wedding parties, and one Super Mario Bros cake! Andrea and Chris got a post-wedding light show on the beach of Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Seriously though, how incredible are fire dancers? I love me some good wedding tattoos. It might be because I'm too afraid to get any kind of tattoo. At any rate, props to Kristen and Brian for these adorable tats! Photo thanks to Steadfast Media Speaking of tattoos, I LOVE me a bride with full sleeves. Melissa and Brandon are HAWT. Wanna know something even hotter? They had Chipotle burritos at the reception. OM NOM NOM. Photo courtesy of Urban Light Studios This photo was taken at Urban Light Studios in front of Lamar the Lion. I don't really know the entire story behind this photo, but I like it. Photo by Adam Smith OMG, I love the cascade of flowers down the back of Andrea's dress. Related Post 7 funky red details to infuse into your wedding plans Another Monday, another Montage. Recently, the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool has been flooded with red and white weddings and I've been loving all of the... Read more Photo by La Photographie Nashville A tug of war broke out during Bridget and James' wedding in Louisville, KY. I wonder who won? Mini top-hat + sexy black boots + seductive garter action + foxy husband. This couple has got it going on. Photo thanks to Pink Light Images What better groom's cake for a dude named Mario than a Super Mario Bros themed cake. Zulena and Mario have a great sense of humor. This cake is awesomely nerdtastic. Photography by Michele Newman How epic is this view?! Not to mention, Emma's rainbow umbrella is phenom. All photos were taken by Katie Donaghue I don't know about you, but any couple who has a kick-ball game with pizza and beer in lieu of a rehearsal dinner sounds like my kind of people. Seriously, how precious is this family? I mean, Stacy and Nico look amazing, but their daughter totally steals the scene. This week's Clicky Links: The hyphenated married name debate continues on facebook. Unicorns + rainbows + roller skates + disco balls = ridiculously amazing Rollergirl bouquet by Floricultcha. Thanks to Etsy's new People Search tool, user purchase histories are now public and searchable. So, if you don't want the world to know about your newly purchased artisan dildo, then you might want to click here and read more. (Thanks to Allison for the heads up.) Looking for some bad-ass bridal shoes? Shadow Empress hand painted these bold black pumps with killer spikes on the heel. (Thanks for the tip Cassy!) Moving in with the in-laws? Ang, the OBT Manager shows a few ways to make their space your space without stepping on any toes. Looking to add a little tie-dye action to your wedding? Here's some great DIY tips on fabric dying. 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! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME 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 PREVIOUS Jennifer & Dustin's Potluck BBQ Extravaganza wedding NEXT The in-between place: wedding planning and my Native American identity Show/Hide comments [ 10 ] How kickass is it that you can see Bridget's bright yellow shoes from, like, a mile away? 2 agree Reply Those looks like very fun weddings to attend! Reply Melissa and Brandon are my heroes!!! My first date with my fiancÃ©e was at Chipotle!! Reply I don't think the Etsy privacy article is correct. This is Etsy's response. Purchases are private – there was some issue with privacy providing feedback on purchases and this response explains everything: http://www.etsy.com/storque/handmade-life/rethinking-feedback-12472/ 1 agrees Reply I would really like to know more about Bridget and James' wedding. If that picture is any indicator, it was probably really fun! 1 agrees Reply Wish I had thought to have a fire dancer at my civil union. Love it. Reply Thank you for giving my dress a shout out! All the flowers were made by me out of organza! I also made the dress with some help from my mother in law and good friend Noelle who sewed the flowers on. My mother didn't know exactly the color of my dress and how cool is it that her dress goes with mine!! And my dad found his tux at a garage sale one week before the wedding for $5! Go Dad!! There is a story behind every dress!! Thank you Ariel. I love your site!! Reply I had a fire dancer sprung on me at a recent wedding. It was an amazing photo opportunity, Quite a unique background! Reply Interesting collection. My favourite one is woman with umbrella Reply i do have to say that was a fun fun cake to eat…because SOMEONE was fighting over stealing YOSHI from the topper! HAHAHAH!! notice…um….Mario is riding Yoshi. LOL hahahh I didn't see that until the bride told me. It was def. nerdtastic. 🙂 Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. 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