An umbrella fight, steampunk corset, and a bite of cake we won't forget

Updated Mar 15 2021
dueling it out
Madeleine and Anton duel it out. Photo by Kelly Weinzimmer.

There was so much fun happening in the Offbeat Flickr Pool this week. From umbrella fights to neck snogs, and even a little face-on-cake noshing. Enjoy these selections from the Flickr Pool and the Offbeat Bride Pinterest account.

Photo by Jim Wright
Kara said that her dress was inspired by another Offbeat Bride named Julia. I'm totally betting it was this Julia! The red fabric was actually sewn in by hand. Keith's red accents look super snazzy, too.

Photo by Studio Nouveau
Heidi and Mark had a private elopement and managed to catch all the drama in this one shot. So chic.

Morgan at Move Photography
Sarah and Brook are enchanting me in this shot. There is a Stitch ring bearer, an airplane, and a stellar back tat. Too much awesome for one set of eyes!

Photo by Amy Sheane
These two are steaming up the montage. Neck nuzzles are the best nuzzles.

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Photo by Stephanie Ashby
Shannon and Tim are looking DAPPER in their steampunk gear. And seriously, Shannon's ribcage corset by Louise Black is KILLING ME with coolness. Insider tip: if you want a custom corset from Louise, order at least six months before your wedding. Those things can take a long time!

Photo by Kristen Marie Photography
Jenn's groom, Lee, wanted a piece of cake… now. It does looks delish, though. Check out the detail…

Photo by Kristen Marie Photography
Adorable little flag on that yellow cake, eh? I can see why there was a cake attack we must never speak of again.

Source: YBW on Pinterest
Here's a little nugget from Pinterest. What an awesome vintage photo booth scene!

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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. It was that Julia! She said her engagement shoot dress was a costume from Asia, but I fell in love with the skirt. So I figured out how to make the ruffles, and my mom and I sewed all the red ruffles in the two weeks before the wedding!

  2. What wonderful steampunk outfits and I love the retro turquoise dress.
    The proposal was also pretty special too.

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