They may not be the biggest or most elaborate but these ice sculptures are geeky, beautiful and wedding day appropriate. Ice sculptures have become a popular staple at weddings, especially during the winter months, so ready your eyeballs for some amazing works of frozen art.
Red curtains and black and white chevrons invite guests into The Black Lodge, an extradimensional place featured in the television series Twin Peaks, and the inspiration behind Megan and Jason’s color palette for their Twin Peaks themed wedding.
A long time fan of the mystery, supernatural serial drama bride Megan incorporated many details from the show including their tables being named after trees (The Sycamore Table and The Douglas Fir Table), favors made to look like the voice recorder Agent Dale Cooper used to communicate with Diane and serving coffee in “Double R Diner” mugs along with doughnuts. The couple’s venue, the historic Log Cabin in San Francisco, was the perfect setting for their September wedding shot by Faith Lucille Photography.
Bringing his own video game to life Adam Bohn, CEO of Artix Entertainment and creator of AdventureQuest Worlds, and his bride Michelle Chang surprised everyone with their “speak now or forever hold your peace?” mid-ceremony battle shot by Fairytale Productions. A surprise not only to their guests, but also to the hotel staff, who were apparently kept in the dark along with the couples videographer who “scrambled and got 3 extra cameras when tipped off by a man in an Iron Man suit about what was going to happen.”
These incredible works of art are actually wedding cake toppers made by artist Tom Torrey owner of the Etsy shop Gammaraybots.
”My main goal for my sculptures is to make people smile. A box of yard sale candy tins and my love of science fiction were the perfect combination to obtain that goal. I love the feeling of holding my art after it is done. I derive satisfaction from creating something beautiful out of plain ugly objects. I started to create robot sculptures a few years ago. and i haven’t stopped yet.”
Want something unique for your wedding? Just check out Tom’s work like this Doctor Who steampunk inspired Dalek cake topper made from wood, paper and painted with acrylic paints.
A stellar reminder of your wedding day, engagement or the first time you saw Star Wars captured in the stars! Using highly detailed computer software Etsy shop The Wandering Yeti plots star charts over a range of dates that are fully customizable to any location.
A meteorite and dinosaur bone ring is that even possible? Well it seems jewelry designer Johan Rust of Jewelry By Johan has created these little irony rings by blending meteorite, dinosaur bone and titanium into his latest designs. Known for his already outta this world meteorite rings Johan takes his designs back to the Jurassic Period by adding dinosuar bone. So where does one find dinosaur bone? According to Johan, they come from the Morrison Formation in Utah dating back at least 65 million years.