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During the Matt Smith and Karen Gillan Wizard World photo op in Louisville one Doctor Who fan’s proposal surprised not only his girlfriend, but also Karen Gillan. You can see Karen’s reaction to the proposal in the photos posted on KarenGillan.org, of course, this isn’t the first proposal for Matt Smith.
(via The Mary Sue)
DeviantArt artist 6ideon busted out his photo manipulation skills for a friend’s wedding comping in ‘giant-sized’ versions of Darth Vader, Darth Maul and Savage Opress attacking the wedding party, don’t you just hate it when that happens?
Take a trip through space and time with Mariló and Darío for their Doctor Who inspired engagement session with the amazing team at Fandi.es.
The Doctor and his Companion take a romantic stroll through the streets of Valencia, Spain along with their fez wearing dog and sonic screwdriver in hand, since you never know when a Dalek may appear to ruin your day. I’m absolutely in love with bride-to-be Mariló’s T.A.R.D.I.S blue Victorian dress and matching hat, which also happens to light up!
I’m a sucker for button and brooch bouquets they make a great after wedding keepsake and have a Steampunk feel to them, and Etsy shop Beaubuttons takes my favorite style to the next nerdy level by adding a comic book twist.
Take a journey through the orchard for a rustic, Hobbit picnic themed engagement session with self-proclaimed nerds Cassie and Mike along with photographers Mary + Roy.
If your looking for some great gaming music to play at your wedding then you need to check out Critical Hit, a video game tribute band that blends together a mix of rock and classical original arrangements of some of your favorite video game songs.
Headed by World of Warcraft composer Jason Hayes, Critical Hit’s “Volume One” album features music from Skyrim, World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy, The Legend of Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, Halo, Angry Birds and more. Songs like ”To Zanarkand” and “Zelda’s Lullaby” make great ceremony music well others like Tetris’ “Main Theme”, which you can listen to in its entirety below, are great for the reception.