Dancing and prancing couples and some delish retro desserts

Updated Oct 12 2015
Bride & Groom
Vanessa and her groom chill in a classic car. Photo by Serene Image Photography

This week's reader submissions had a lot of couples jumping, driving, dancing, and cheering, and they demanded to be put together into this Monday Montage! As a bonus, I pulled in a vintage candy buffet, some "cookie sliders," and some very cool handmade vintage-style books used as invitations! You'll either be inspired to dance or be really hungry by this collection.

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Marika and her groom jump for joy in China.

A little post-elopment boogie is always in order. Photo by Kelly Williams

Mel girl, that lizard is no good for you. Take my word on this. Go back to Anthony.

I cheer for Tribe member Shawnooke and her groom, but also for the awesome blue of that sky. Is that real? Photo by Katie L. Wright

The first dance
Keri rocks those boots and Jeff rocks her world. Photo by Derek Warnecke

Paige's candy buffet is oh-so-retro.

Paige's mother-in-law also made these 'slider cookies.' Their buffet looks amazing! DO WANT.

Safricizzy2 and her partner designed these vintage-style books as invitations.

Ariel was pinning like crazy from WellGroomedBlog.com, and we had to pull one of these in. Such hot groom's fashion! Source: lakshalperera.com via Ariel on Pinterest

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  1. Those slider cookies are so clever and can just imagine the fun photos of people in their 'best bib and tucker' (UK English for their very best outfits) eating them too!

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