Steampunk madness, kissy faces, and one rockin' ring monkey

Updated Oct 12 2015

The Offbeat Flickr Pool was full of Steampunk, kissy faces, and ring monkeys. It's an eclectic mix that makes me super happy in this Monday Montage.

Photo by Marc Windham Bass
Amazing Steampunk fabulousness at Martine's wedding in London.

She's mine now!
Photo by Carolyn Miller
Kristie and Jacinda perform the traditional tie-grabbing ceremony to seal the deal. As Kristie says, "she's mine now!"

windy at the shore
On a very different, beach-y note, here's Mari and Jeff getting blown away by some crazy wind. Good thing it forced them into making the most adorable faces.

Tribe member Sweetpea found glassware bliss in these aluminum cups that matched her wedding colors. Plus she scored toasting glasses from Goodwill. And check out the herb-infused sea salt favors. Such a good mix!

Sweetpea's ring monkey assisted in their ring warming ceremony and frankly looks pretty good in the groom's bad-ass carbon fiber ring.

Playing in the Creek
Photo by Jennie Andrews
Laura Beth and Jesse found themselves up a creek, but in a good way, at their elopement. And if you want to see how an elopement gets DID, there's even a superbly-made video!

Photo by Jennie Andrews
Just one more shot of Laura Beth and Jesse, this time in front of a super pretty aquarium. I'm getting "Under the Sea" flashbacks.

Jason + Lane
Photo by Raymond Siler
If I could pick the perfect hazy wedding weather, this would be it. Lane and Jason look fantastic with the headpiece and hat, suspenders and jewel-toned dress. Perfection.

Tanya and Wogan find a different kind of perfection while their wedding party looks on. And there's a little explosion of details going on here: handfasting cords, ribboned hair, button bouquet… so fun.

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