Dips and toppers, comics and colors

Updated Oct 12 2015

The Offbeat Flickr Pool offered up some gorgeous scenery, color-coordination, and a dapper send-off. I think you're going to like this Monday Montage.

Photo by Alex Kaplan
Wherever this is, I want to be there. And I want to be them. And I want that button bouquet. And a golden goose to lay gold eggs for Easter.

Derek and Aya's Wedding 5.28.11
Photo by Mark Campbell
Aya and Derek sport matching green shoes and tie. Don't miss the blue toenails peeking out!

Derek and Aya's Wedding 5.28.11
Photo by Mark Campbell
I am loving Aya's bridesmaids' color scheme and matching yellow flower necklaces. The pearls are so vintage-inspired!

Cake Cutting
Photo by Renee DeKona
Liz and Sarah cut into their cupcake tower which had owl and terrier toppers for their respective alma maters, Bryn Mawr and Boston University. I approve of this adorable and scholarly message.

Screen shot 2011-06-17 at 2.58.06 PM
Photo by Dustin Genereux
Here's another photo to get your mind in vacation-mode, plus another dose of green! I'm thinking Karyn might have needed a breather from those kicky heels. Gorgeous, but deadly.

Photo by Dawn Berry
And now, good friends, this dapper gent will send us off from this week's Monday Montage with a nod and a "good night and good luck." Nah, it's just Tribe member Jac's swanky groom looking vintage awesome!

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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!

Also, if you're submitting your rockin' photos to the Flickr Pool, make sure they're public so we can post them! Click here for a how-to.

  1. Yay, we made the Montage! In case anyone else is wondering, that dip picture was taken behind the Walpack Inn in Walpack Center, NJ. 🙂

  2. I want to see a post about Liz and Sarah's Wedding!! I was brosing through all the photos and it seemed amazing!!!

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