Geeky ink, I Spy, and a little Valentine's Day fun

Updated Oct 12 2015
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Ooh, Sharon's dress looks very Wai-Ching-esque. Do tell, Sharon! Photo by Angelica Peady Photography.

The Offbeat Flickr Pool was jumping this week! There was lots of geek fun in the form of XKCD and a little Zelda, plus a game of "I Spy" and some muglies! The Offbeat Bride Pinterest account offered up some not-too-silly Valentine's Day ideas.

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A soda break was needed from all that excitement at their Philippines wedding. Photo by Ray Leyesa of Red Pixel Studio

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And this is their high-fashion doggy on the red carpet. Photo by Ray Leyesa of Red Pixel Studio

A lot of favorites going on
XKCD and Harry Potter in a cute little holder at Rhea and Geoff's wedding! Photo by Distinctive Photo

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From the same wedding, there was Triforce and a ring -- a match made in geeky heaven. Photo by Distinctive Photo

Related: Full health! Score for Tribe member JennaAnnette! Photo by Brandon Jennings

Super fun 'I Spy' picture game from Flickr user RockabillyWedding.

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Do I spy muglies? Photo by John Williams.

Personalized vases for a V-Day-style centerpiece. Source: on Pinterest

Free Valentine's Day printables that are pretty damn cool. Source: 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. I LOVE that Harry Potter quote card! That is one of my favorite passages. I'm super jealous of the Hyrule crest tattoo. BTW, the link attributed to my photographer Brandon Jennings is for a different Brandon Jennings. He doesn't have a website right now.

    • I cry every time I read that passage, I HAD to include it! Thanks again, your tattoo is wonderful also!

      Also, glad to be included in this montage, super fun! 🙂

  2. I saw the sandwich cake made on Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time, that YouTube show. It looks delicious!!

  3. Oh, that is a Wai-Ching dress in my photo at the top. You spy correctly 🙂

    It was a custom design that our flower girl adorably referred to as my "mermaid dress".

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