This geeky couple came up with a creative way to incorporate their love for WOW into their engagement photos. Bree, a veteran WOW guild member in the Brat Brigade (Aggramar), enlisted the help of Georgia based Chill Photography to aid in the couple’s photographic quest. A national award winning photographer Chill ”was such a pleasure to work with and totally let my fiance and I have the creative leash for these photos,” says Bree.
Are you blown away by this custom wedding ring based on the Delta Halo? It looks pretty cool, even if it’s meant to wipe the galaxy clean of all sentient life. Bruce Boone custom made this titanium ring for Halo fan Mike Coscia featuring one of the seven fortress worlds found in the game laser cut on the outside and inside.
This couple’s love for superheroes sparked their relationship with a conversation about Batman and inevitably became the theme of their awesome wedding! The duo shared their Nightwing/Batgirl themed wedding on Imgur shot by Dianne Personett Photography complete with comic book bouquets, a reception themed after the Gotham City Police Department and Dick Grayson’s Haly’s Circus and many more batty touches.
With a background in Graphic Design and a lifelong passion for baking owner Tess MacMahon of East Sussex’s Chatter Cakes creates some beautiful and geeky cakes. “I take on any design style requests – from classic, vintage beauties to wacky whimsical show-stoppers. Don’t be afraid to ask about an ‘odd’ design – I’m sure I’ll love to do it”, says Tess.
Not limiting herself to just cake and fondant, Chatter Cakes also makes their own peg doll cake toppers like this Steampunk couple and even a cute Mario and Princess Peach topper.
On May the 4th designer and Star Wars fan Homer Liwag the man behind some of the most famous geek inspired rings ever: the Indiana Jones engagement ring and Star Wars Wedding Band got married! Over on Reddit, Homer shared his Star Wars inspired wedding invitations which he says are “part puzzle, part museum piece” for their “May the 4th be with you” wedding.
Bride Emilia was all smiles as she walked down the aisle in her white wedding dress and silver Jimmy Choos, a far cry from her sleeved tunic dress and fur-lined cape of the couple’s Game of Thrones inspired pre-wedding photo shoot shot by Fandi.es. With styling and makeup by Rodrigo Mireia Acosta, Emilia and Ramón enjoy a quick round of swordplay and each other’s company amid stone walls in a Westeros inspired location.
This sneaky, little wedding crasher was a sweet surprise for guests at Dana and Justin’s Downtown Clawson wedding. The couple’s gorgeous, golden cake by Michigan based Sweet Heather Anne features surprise guest Jedi Master Yoda peaking out from under the bottom tier.
When Reddit user nintendai decided it was time to propose he did so in true Harry Potter style with a Golden Snitch ring box! Unable to find a box that met his Quidditch tournament standards he decided to make his own Snitch with a bedpost knob, gold paint and feathers.
It was at Ana and Marc’s favorite comic book shop, Happy Harbor Comics in their hometown of Edmonton, where this quirky couple said their “I do’s”. Inspired by their love of art, toys, robots and comics their all things nerdy wedding was exactly how the bride had envisioned her big day to be. “I wanted my guests to arrive at our venue, feeling that they had left the known world and had stepped into a fantastical version of the world Marc and I had created for ourselves,” says Ana. “We wanted our guests to come into our wedding, like how one would enter our home: to feel the warmth of our hospitality, to taste the exoticness of our world-wide adventures, and to experience the quirkiness of our love and our love of things geeky.”