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.
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.
From a toy ring proposal to their video game themed wedding on a championship golf course with Creatrix Photography, hit the fairway with Jovi and Brandon in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A fateful message on an online dating site from Brandon was the beginning of their geeky love. ”I checked out his profile,” explains Jovi, “My idea of a great first date – anything that doesn’t FEEL like a first date. Ok, that’s not too bad – no cliches…and his msg was really casual “let me know if you want to talk and get to know each other – even if it’s just as friends”. So I msg’d him back! And we started talking back and forth…then went on to Gmail/Gchat, and eventually Facebook.” From there the two found they shared a mutual friend and had both been planning to attend his Game Night the day before Valentine’s Day.
For their summer wedding down under Che Saunders and her new husband, Ford show us you don’t always have to dress in formal attire to have the wedding of your dreams; finding a creative way to incorporate their love of animation.
Dressed as their favorite Final Fantasy characters White Mage Yuna and Squall, YouTuber JeanBilius posted this video of their wedding based on Squaresoft’s/SQEX Final Fantasy video game series. Shot by Parkershot Photography the couple’s fantasy wedding at Fernwood Gardens, located in the Philippines, is known for its romantic gardens and whimsical flora the perfect level to start off their wedding.
Middle-earth awaits in California’s Santa Cruz mountains where Rachel and Keith held their Lord of the Rings themed wedding shot by photographer Nerinna Valera of Nerinna Studios. Bringing to life J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy world of Hobbits, Elves and dragons Pema Osel Ling, located on 104 acres of redwood forests; made the perfect outdoor wedding venue for this geeky couple celebrating a journey of love with friends and family.
Their destination wedding at South Beach’s W Hotel was a warm change to the rainy Seattle weather for David and Jorrie. Their passion for video games, and one game in particular, was what brought them together and became the subtle inspiration behind their whimsical wedding.
From comic book inspired centerpieces to an out of this world Star Wars themed wedding cake Maegan and Michael’s oceanfront wedding was the perfect combination of traditional elegance and geeky inspiration. “The most important thing for us was that the wedding reflected “us” which means including everything from comic books to Star Wars,” explains Maegan. “We wanted an outdoor wedding near a beach that incorporated the people and things that we love. We wanted to have fun and wanted our guests to have fun.”
Nestled on the rocky Atlantic coast of Gloucester, MA sits Hammond Castle
built by John Hays Hammond, Jr.
known as “The Father of Radio Control” between the years 1926 and 1929 as a wedding present for his wife Irene Fenton Hammond. This medieval-style castle now functions as a museum and the perfect venue for Di and Craig’s medieval inspired wedding.
Potterheads Marissa and Kyle battle Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters in this epic wedding shot from St. Louis-based Heroic Photography. Although the couple kept their wedding photographs, for the most part, traditional as you can see from Heroic Photography’s Facebook album; their photographers did manage to slip in this magically Photoshopped photo which they shared on Reddit into the couple’s final delivery. Love it!