Cthulhu cake toppers, many pies, and some colorful details #Wedding Porn#cake topper#couples of color#handfasting#mismatched-bridesmaids#mohawk#multi-colored dress#pie#retro Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Nov 5 2012) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photo by Amy Ann Photography Two white dresses, two red bouquets, and two huge grins: check! Justice and Tasha both look ecstatic after their ceremony. There was also some multicolored dresses, a wedding party in jewel-toned purple, playing cards in bouquets, and a rainbow of handfasting cords. It makes a dull Monday much brighter. Check out what our readers submitted to Pinterest, the Offbeat Bride Tribe, and the Flickr Pool this week. Knitted Cthulhu cake toppers?! Ellen and Paul know what we (and all our bridethulhus) like. Bonus: we've seen Ellen in her own bridethulhu shirt here. Photo by Ann and Kam Photography Ellen also had these super colorful handfasting cords that were made by her sister-in-law. Katie and Jared had a board game-themed wedding with colorful playing cards. Photo by Nathan Mitchell Photography They also had pie -- lots of pie. And 'lots' is exactly the amount of pie I like at weddings. Photo by Nathan Mitchell Photography Remy and Lina sneak a kiss during their first look. Who can resist? Photo © 2012 Knot Shots Photography Related Post Michelle & Philip's multicultural, 1930s wedding and tea ceremony Michelle & Phillip had a multicultural wedding that took place in a 1930's Art Deco theatre. But before all that they played Chinese Door games,... Read more Ooh, and here's a good shot of a super relaxed Lina and the wedding party (carrying all kinds of fun stuff!). Photo by Knot Shots Photography Kim and her groom used this little ampersand to add some charm to the good ol' shoe shot while renewing their vows. I spotted one of Stephanie's bridesmaids in the Flickr Pool and had to share how amazing she looked. It makes me think of this post and how alternative bridesmaids (and brides!) make Offbeat Bride a little more fun every day. Lindz and Jack do some colorful twirling. Photo by the groom's brother Click these rad Clicky Links: What we've pinned this week: a wedding coloring book tutorial and a collection of DIY favor ideas. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel got married recently and we love her pink gown! Offbeat Home shared custom cross-stitch tips that could totally apply to cross-stick wedding DIY. Check out this giant Eye of Sauron cake made by Cake Central member Solociachef21. ᔥ Geekologie This book arch from Rubin Weddings has already gone viral, but we couldn't resist mentioning it. Will you be painting any thrifted ceramic items for your centerpieces? Here is a method for paint that stays from Love Notes by Lauren. Country star Miranda Lambert got married and it looks right up our alley. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Flickr! If you're engaged, consider joining the Offbeat Bride Tribe, our private wedding planning community. Want to see yourself in our Monday Montage? Submit your photos to the Offbeat Bride Flickr Pool. (Oh, and don't forget to credit your photographer!) Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Kaity & Chuck's rainbow farm wedding NEXT The wedding proposal blues Show/Hide comments [ 10 ] OH MAH GAH THAT LAST DRESS Reply I agree with Amanda The Great above! That last dress is amazing and just calls for spinning in the field. This was a really perfect montage and an excellent Monday pick me up! Reply I love the last picture! so cute! and the handfasting cords, beautiful! Reply That second to last picture is my ah-mah-zing maid of honor and bff Courtney! Reply YAAAAS for the two chocolate brides! 🙂 Reply Someone PLEASE send me the pattern for those knitted Cthulhus!!!!! They are epic! Reply My MOH made them for me. She has a book called "Creepy Cute Crochet" and modified the pattern to make them bride and groom. The "groom's" kilt is a separate piece. http://www.amazon.com/Creepy-Cute-Crochet-Christen-Haden/dp/1594742324 Reply May I just say how great it is to see two African American brides in love and how great it is to see their AA families supporting them in that gorgeous picture. It's rare and it brings tears to my eyes seeing it. Reply LAST DRESS yummynesssssssss! Reply That last picture is me :o) The dress was amazing and I loved it. We had it made by a lovely seller on ebay and also had tutu's made for my daughter and ring girl in the same colours. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. 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