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Everyone needs a player two and for Patrick the search for his was over when he met Katie in high school. “We’ve built our relationship on Game Boys, chess boards, and boxes of comics,” says Patrick, “because these are all things to be shared and experienced together, and with Katie as my Player 2, every adventure is more exciting, every challenge is more rewarding, and every moment is a lifetime of happiness.”
From garters to custom heels Etsy shop DeathStarDoll has all your Wonder Woman needs covered for your wedding day. Lasso yourself a cute pair of red, white and blue heels which also come in a custom box made by shop owner Rigel a self-proclaimed “creative kind of nerdy gal”.
Infusing a variety of their favorite geek inspired interests and hobbies into their wedding Morgan and David unlock a few achievements on the way to the altar. The Shattuck Golf Club located in Jaffrey, New Hampshire set the stage for Morgan and David’s wedding with its rustic interior space and majestic views of Mt. Monadnock during the ceremony.
One of her favorite films as a child The Dark Crystal is reimagined as a wedding cake by Tracey Rothwell owner of The Little Cherry Cake Company. Taking first place gold in the wedding cake class at Cake international Manchester this past weekend, a follow up to her Labyrinth wedding cake she entered last year, shows her love for Jim Hensen films and creating cakes for all kinds of couples.
From beginning to end these engagement rings from master jewelry designer Takayas are truly one of a kind. Fans of the designer’s Legend of Zelda wedding collection Melissa and Mike came to the LA based jeweler for their own custom engagement rings inspired by Legend of Zelda’s Triforce and Pokemon’s Mew. The result, two amazing rings for two gamers now forever tied to video games and each other.
Fall in love with Tiffany and Alex’s September wedding featuring superhero painted shoes and a little chess before the ceremony at Lake Winnipesaukee.
On the shores of the largest lake in the U.S these “slightly nerdy and nontraditional” sweethearts said “I do” at a beautiful morning ceremony held on the lawn at Church Landing in Meredith, New Hampshire. Photographer Hilary Colleen captured the nerdy couple who currently live in Colorado but came home to where they both grew up for their destination wedding.