Confetti, a shoe game, and some kick-ass cake toppers

Updated Oct 12 2015

Marianne and Ad get doused in flora after their ceremony. Marianne actually made her headdress, dried the petals for the confetti, and made the confetti cones! This was just the start of the celebration photos that came in from the Tribe, Pinterest, and the Offbeat Flickr Pool. We saw a huge feather fascinator, some geeky cake toppers, and a couple locked together, medieval-style.

Ariel's response to this shot was 'SHIIIIT!' We kind of liked it. We'll definitely be wanting to see the rest of Tribesmaid Kpesz and her groom's fantasy wedding. Photo by Craig Mitchelldyer

Tribesmaid Robyn and her groom also got covered in petals! Photo by Lauren McGlynn

Tribesmaid Sunspirit and her groom get hitched… together! Photo by Emil Rye

The shoe game emerges at Kate and Simon's wedding. Photo by a friend of the couple.

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Tara and Kena's Cthulhu cake topper was hand-painted by a good friend. You know, we've had Cthulhu fever recently too.

Cake Toppers
Sarah and Geoff commissioned this cake topper featuring two Enterprises and The Last Unicorn. It was made by Etsy seller GrynixDesigns. Photo by Husband And Wife Photography

Josie & Jeff {An Irish Wedding}
Josie and Jeff look fashion fabulous. LOVE that feather fascinator. Photo by Debs Ivelja Photography

Lizzy's cake features the ever-awesome high-five at the altar.

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Ashley and Justin head off into the sunset moonlight. Photo by Ron Parks Photography

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  1. Just a note, the Cthulhu cake topper is from Tara and Kena's wedding (Neil and Julie are Tara's parents who uploaded the photo) 🙂

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