Star Wars and save-the-dates took over the Montage!

Check out Will and Dana's Trivial Pursuit invitations. Star Wars wedding porn also abounded in the Offbeat Flickr Pool and even hit our Pinterest account. There was also a cute and casual flash mob wedding in the mud, some Mass Effect earrings, and a big ol' corn dog display! Take a look-see at all the reader submissions in this week's Monday Montage.

And the back!

Cammila and Matt set the date and the channel with these kick-ass save-the-dates.

Sarah surprised Brook with this Executor star destroyer cake! Photo by Move Photography

Krystal and her bridesmaid geek out with lightsabers. Photo by Atomic Photography

Krystal also seems to know another type of nerd very well: the coffee nerds! Photo by Atomic Photography

Megan found an awesome candy mold for making chocolate Millennium Falcon favors! Source: via Megan on Pinterest

Mass Effect earrings! Source: via Tricia on Pinterest

a flash mob-style casual wedding in the mud. Plus cowboy boots! Photo by Whitney Lee

Reader Debbie has become one of the backbones of our Pin Drives on Pinterest. She found this excellent way to showcase corn dogs (or kebabs) for food and drink presentation. Find something related on Pinterest? @reply Offbeat Bride and we'll repin onto the board! Source: via Debbie on Pinterest

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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!

  1. Love the millennium falcon chocolates! However, fiance and I are more Trekkies than anything else. Would anyone know of where to find a mold for the Enterprise? That would be fantastic!

  2. That Millennium Falcon mold is beyond awesome 😀 I might have to acquire one.
    Also, the Mass Effect cufflinks are actually earrings. I've been squeeing over those for about two weeks now (want them for my own wedding lol).

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