From sunny Hawaii to snowy Canada, dig the views in these reader photos

Updated Oct 12 2015

<3Gawd, look at that view. Oh, I was talking about the back of Kelley's dress, but the view of Makapu'u Point is also pretty.

In fact, this whole week of reader photos submitted to us via our Flickr pool, had some INCREDIBLE views, locations, and weather. Wanna take a break from the usual Monday morning grumbles, and ooh and ahh over these reader photos with me? I thought you would…

CeremonyMichael and Kelley are reminding me that sometimes all you need for a wedding is you, your partner, the officiant, and a ukulele player. This is Hawaiian elopement perfection.

From sunny Hawaii to snowy Canada… Kristine and Doug got married OUTSIDE, in front of the childhood home William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's 10th Prime Minister.

EPP-366Kristine not only rocked that green cape and corset combo, but rainbow knee socks and mukluks as well. Her bridesmaids are wearing hats and scarves made by Kristine herself!

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Photo by Poprock Photography
Now let's take this party over to Beaufort, South Carolina, to witness this glorious sunset-on-the-lake wedding photo. This is so gorgeous, it doesn't even look real!

Photo by their friend Jacob
And since the weather is so nice out, let's enjoy the sunshine with an adorable celebratory post-wedding bike ride through the city with these two newlyweds and their bike-riding friends.

Photo by Jesse Golem
Photo by Jesse Golem
Gaw, I'm a sucker for "just married" signs on bikes! Do YOU have adorable wedding views, or DIY projects (like "just married" signs for your getaway vehicle) to share with us? Upload 'em to our Flickr pool or tag @offbeatbride on Instagram!

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  1. Wow thanks so much for featuring photos from my wedding!

    They were both taken by Hannah at Red Umbrella Photography.

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