Goofy grooms, a fishtail mohawk, and the hairiest flower girl #Wedding Porn#flower girl#guestbook#hairstyle#lesbian weddings#lightsaber#mohawk#red dress#star wars#video games Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Aug 20 2012) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photo by Erin Marie Photography Tribesmaid Dandido and her chuffed groom are just too damned cute. I love the little thumbs up. There's more groom wackiness, a mohawk fishtail hairstyle, a lightsaber bouquet, and a hirsute flower girl. It's kind of a wacky week here in the land of reader submissions, and I for one am all for it. Here's what bubbled up to the top of the Tribe, the Flickr Pool, and Pinterest in this week's Monday Montage. In other adorable groom news, Kristin's groom wanted in on the 'over the shoulder' hug pose! Brides don't have the monopoly on it. Photo by Kelsey Crim Tribesmaid MrCharlieBucket and her partner have matching parasols with which to march around. And you may recognize that awesome pantsuit from this post! Photo by Studio Noda Photography Tribesmaid Luckycharm and her groom had this awesome Portal 2 cake! Photo by Sky Duran Photography Tribesmaid Kzimmerwoman crafted her own illustration/collage/photo notebook as the guest book. It's like a guest book zine! She also showed us her FANTASTIC wedding hairstyle trial: 'Mohawk fishtail braid bun thing!' Related Post Lightsabers & love at this May the Fourth Star Wars wedding Holly and Kate’s May the Fourth Star Wars wedding had DIY Star Wars decor, lightsabers for every guest, and themed costumes galore. It was a... Read more Tess' wedding party is here to drink milk and kick ass. And they've just finished their milk. Photo by Solid Ashes Photography Stephanie's lightsaber bouquet is so rad. I am seeing so much awesomeness in Jessica and Max's ceremony: gorgeous dress, white glasses, and happy tears. Photo by Jennifer Werneth Photography Tribesmaid Lolo's guests were entertained by this pipe and drum band while the wedding party was getting their photos taken. Now that's amazing downtime entertainment. Photo by Espresso Buzz We've seen male flower girls before, but Tribesmaid Sistermoon65's 'hairy flower girl' takes the cake. Photo by Trish Clowers Click these rad-ass Clicky Links: What we've pinned this week: a rainbow bracelet cuff an amazing vintage 1910 dress, and robot lollipop favors. Offbeat Home is talking about blending different groups of people in one party… sound familiar? Zombies Wearing Helmets shared a SUPER COOL tutorial for making kitschy rhinestone flamingos. This needs to show up in someone's wedding soon. I love this WikiHow tutorial for making your own temporary tattoos. It could be cool if you wanted to make a little handmade body art. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Flickr! 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 Buy discounted wedding supplies during "back to school" season NEXT Go to bed angry: Unpopular but realistic marriage advice Show/Hide comments [ 12 ] Awesome to see my friend Leah (Zombies wearing helmets) linked to! Reply OMG, Jessica's dress looks so amazing! I hope we get to see that whole wedding! Also, I've never really been one for mohawks of any kind, but Kzimmerwoman's picture is honest-to-goodness awesome and beautiful at the same time, and I love it! Reply OH, that blingy flamingo (flablingo?) definitely has a place in my life. Can't wait to get on making a full battalion of 'em. Reply That's pretty much how I feel about it too! Reply Flablingo is my new favourite word. Reply That mohawk hair looks SO cool! I really love the texture of it! Also, bagpipes are love. Reply Love the lightsabers bouquet! Especially since its pretty similar to whaty bridesmaids and I will be carrying in a few weeks. Glad I'm not the only crazy person who thought that a lightsabers hilt was so much cooler than a bouquet wrap. Haha Reply I LOVE that picture of us right after the ceremony, strutting with our parasols! The photographer really captured the joy we were both feeling! Reply LOVE the mohawk hair! Love how pretty Jessica looks and how in love they look. Really captured a moment. Awesome. Love the guestbook. Love it all! Reply Nice IT Crowd Reference! It definitely made me LOL! Reply The first rule of Street Countdown: tell everyone about Street Countdown! Reply Someone please tell me how or what they used lightsaber flower wrap! 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