After browsing the Offbeat Bride Flickr pool this week, I started obsessing over all of these fabulously ornate and historically influenced wedding costumes. Let me tell you, the details on these outfits are impressive. Now, I share with you a couple of fabulous Renn Faire dresses, some stately steampunk gear, and two fantastic vintage duos.
MrsCherry finally had her princess moment when she got weddinged to Justin at the Renn Faire. This photo looks like an ancient painting of a royal family. And how cute is that royal baby?! AWW.
Jenni and Rik had ninety days to get married so that Rik could obtain a Visa. So, they had a small elopement in Sedona, AZ. They donned vintage garb inspired by the 1900s. Jenni wore a romantically flowly, bell-sleeved gown with some bad ass, lace-up, victorian boots.
Brandon and Katrina got married at the Renaissance Faire in Waxahachie, TX. Katrina dressed like a princess and Brandon like a pirate. In this photo it looks like Brandon just rescued Katrina from the castle and now they are making their escape…
This couple had a steampunk-themed wedding at the Museum Gustavianum in Sweden. Their wedding theme was inspired by the book, “The Ultimate Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” The bride even made a paper bouquet out of it! They totally nailed it. Just take a closer look at the bride’s amazing headpiece!
The train in the background totally sets the perfect scene for this couple’s 1940s-themed wedding. They look classic.
Tera looked absolutely stunning as her father walked her down the aisle in her amazing blue and gold corset and white tulle overskirt! Her outfit was just too good for shoes.
Fiona and Mark had a swanky, steampunk and Edwardian themed wedding at the Signet Library, in Edinburgh, Scotland. I love all of the decadent details, like Fiona’s bedazzled shoes and their hot air balloon cake.
This week’s Clicky Links:
- Speaking of steampunk, Offbeat Home just featured a rad steampunk studio built from the studs up!
- We all need a little inspiration from time to time, but there can be a fine line between drawing inspiration and stealing. Princess Lasertron explains how you can take inspiration from others without copying their work.
- Thanks to Sara for sharing this adorable hipster wedding at the Clift Hotel. The Bride, Angela, is definitely wearing drool-worthy royal blue Manolo Blahniks.
- Over on Offbeat Mama, Ruth explains why age doesn’t really matter in terms of marriage or parenthood. It is just a number, after all.
Hey, photographers! I love you and do my best to attribute all Monday Montage photos, but sometimes brides don’t include your info when they submit photos. If I’ve featured your work but it isn’t properly credited, email me!