8-bit fun, a wee metalhead, and an ombre dress of awesome

Updated Oct 12 2015
Fun photo booth idea. Source: jerkwithacamera.com

You guys made the Offbeat Flickr Pool pretty fun this week. Dresses I want to nab for myself, rockin' gloves, and a kid throwing horns (aka the mini metalhead necessary for any wedding). Check out the latest and greatest to fill up the Monday Montage from the Flickr Pool and the Offbeat Bride Pinterest account.

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Can't stop pining for this dress. More on this to come!
Lenna in specs and gloves, Matt sporting a white vest. Awesome. Photo by PhotoBox Photography.

Artsy view of Lenna's gloves which were custom-made by Zen and Coffee Designs. Plus: a glimpse at her fabric bouquet! Photo by PhotoBox Photography.

8-bit fun in Becca and Dave's invite! '

The wee metalhead! Photo by Tricia LaPonte Photography.

Gluten Free goodies!
Ooh a gluten-free spread, including the cake! Photo by Pink Light Images.

Lights and photography fun. Photo by a friend of the couple.

Cowboy hats and flasks! Hells yes.

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  1. That cake at the end is awesome. It's definitely opera inspired, I can see Madame Butterly art on the bottom tier. I wonder if it's all Puccini?

    • La Bohème, Tosca, Turandot, Madame Butterfly… definitely Puccini-Cake! ^^

      I love it… but I don't think I would like it as a wedding cake… thinking about how all these love stories end… :s

      • I love that it exists. 😀 Yeah not very wedding-y, but still romantic and opera-geek! I agree Tosca and Turandot and all deserve some recognition, not just Boheme!

    • OMG yes it is Dana! I know her as she is a fellow bellydancer. Not well enough to be invited to the wedding, but I do know a bit about it. It was a steampunk themed wedding and Dana helped make the dress herself out of dyed silk parachutes from the military surplus store! I'm sure she will tell y'all about it. 😉

      • I just went through the pictures on flickr…Holy sweet baby jesus! She got me into belly dancing with voi though I don't have her video. That dress is amazing! I can't wait to hear about it and see MOAR!!!

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