Storm Troopers, puppy kisses, and one canoe processional

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photo by Jenny Jenkins

Tribesmaid Stina posted this photo of her mom grooving to the music. Stina said, " She helped make my wedding day the most amazing experience I've ever had." It looked like mom had a pretty good time too. The Tribe, the Offbeat Flickr Pool, and Pinterest also gave us some Storm Troopers, puppy kisses, canoe processionals, and amazing groom's hair. Check it all out and put a smile on your case of The Mondays.

Tribesmaid Deyannalambert's wedding party had a full complement of the Empire, plus Boba Fett! Photo by Rachel Kriegshauser

But it wasn't all Star Wars! They were also being stalked by a couple of zombies. Photo by Rachel Kriegshauser

Forever timestamping the day with Tribesmaid Stkhlmvegan (Stacey) and her groom Daniel. Photo by Hilda Grahnat

I am loving the mixed-flower bouquet and what I hear is an LED boutonniere. Must see MOAR! Photo by Crystal Marie Photography

Toby the dog: 'You don't get to kiss the bride until I do.' Tribesmaid Elletrees gets a smooch from her pooch. Photo by Patricia Stahl

A new take on American Gothic… only much more adorable and beard-y. Photo by First Comes Love Photography

You can't trust cake cuttings not to go all West Side Story Rumble. Photo by Scott Zuehlke

I heart this groom's canoe processional to the Star Wars theme. He looks chuffed! Video still by Nostalgia Film

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  1. Squee! The LED bout is PERFECT for the future spousal unit! He makes art with LED's, among other things, and we're already having a bunch of LED stuff for decorations, some made by him and some by his best man. LED boutonnieres will totally make their day!

    • Yay! That sounds awesome. 🙂

      My husband (pictured above!) made LED throwies with pull-tabs (3 slow fade LEDs per battery which lasted about 10 hrs after they were turned on). He then carefully wrapped them into the boutonnieres he made from dried flowers, skeleton leaves and dowel rods. Duck tape was key. In the bright sunlight of the ceremony you could hardly tell, but the reception was their time to.. *ahem* shine.

  2. Is the groom in the canoe dressed as the Eleventh Doctor?

    ETA: Groom in the canoe… Why am I thinking about the vessel with the pestle, now? 😉

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