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What would an invitation to Hermione Granger and Ronald Weasley’s wedding look like? Holly Powell sends you back to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for a truly magical wedding you are cordially invited to.

Molly and Arthur Weasley request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their son Ronald Weasley to Miss Hermione Granger.
 
Come along and enjoy a laugh, a dance and a mug of butterbeer (or ten), and to share in their love and happiness, as they exchange their vows and begin their new life together. 
 
After so many tough years, we are delighted to see our son so happy and marrying his best friend.
 
The ceremony will take place on September 1st 2010 on the 19th anniversary of their meeting, in the Great Hall, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

If you were looking for the code to marriage, well you’ve found it, now all you have to do is be able to read it. Ian Davenport of Swash and Fold an online  design boutique shared this geeky wedding design which is now available in their Redbubble store. The perfect invite for a pair of programmers just hoping this wedding doesn’t return with an error.

Having just received his degree in Graphic Design artist and geek Jordan took on the task of designing his own Save the Dates for his winter wedding. “My fiance and I first got engaged last October, the day after our son was born, I was eager to create something unique for the wedding, says Jordan.”  Star Wars meets Wall-E meets Doctor Who in these cute, comic book style postcards sent out to guests from Jordan, Wendy and baby Ethan.

Love + art + video games is what makes Etsy shop Art Nerd For Hire a winning combination for geeks and gamers looking for awesome video game inspired wedding invitations.

An avid collector and player of classic video games owner Jonny Rice is not your ordinary card artist. “Video games are such a huge part my life and our culture. There is a whole generation of people that have grown up playing and loving video games. They have a distinct style that I’ve always found charming and fascinating. Games also just happen to work very well for invitations because they blend information with artistry. As a super-geek, adding video game elements to my wedding got me excited +10,” says Jonny. With so much “geek cred” behind it Art Nerd For Hire can customize any video game inspired invitation from classic Super Mario Bros to the more recently released Mass Effect. 

If your looking for something unique and personal for your wedding save the dates, invitations or signing poster then you have to check out the website Illustrate The Date. Illustrator and caricature artist Devin Hunt will transform you and your significant other into hand drawn caricatures of yourselves as your favorite superhero or comic book characters.

Save the dates are the first impression your guests will have of your wedding so get them excited for your geeky, gamer or unique wedding with a caricature embracing your theme or maybe tease them with your destination wedding locale.

This gaming couple found a creative way to incorporate their love of Borderlands into their upcoming wedding. Sharing her invite on Reddit Bansh33 says, “My fiance and I got into Borderlands shortly after we started dating. We spent hours a day on our characters. When Borderlands 2 came out, we got to do it all over again!” judging by her fiance’s previously completed missions which include; appearing as a contestant on American Ninja Warrior and Guinness World Records: Gone Wild for “Most Items Kicked off Peoples Heads in a Minute” I expect some ninja moves on the dance floor will be in order to complete the couple’s wedding mission.

Electrical Engineer Bill Porter proposed to his girlfriend in a very unique and geeky way, he etched the words “Mara will you marry me?” into a PCB (printed circuit board). What followed says Bill,  “is the usual happy ending movie proposal; tears, kisses, everything you would expect. I don’t need to go into details. The bottom line is it worked; she said YES! She was so caught off guard by how I did it she couldn’t stop laughing for a long time after.”

Now in the initial stages of planning for their ‘circuits and swirls’ wedding, Bill and his fiancé Mara have scraped convention once again and applied their engineering degrees into creating custom electronic wedding invitations. “Not content with plain old paper invitations my fiancé Mara and I smashed our geeky heads together to come up with a design that keeps with our circuits and swirls theme,” says Bill. “We decided to be more literal, by putting actual circuits into our invitations!”

It wasn’t the programing or electrical elements that challenged the couple during the making of but the number of invites coupled with the time spent on design and the cost of the components.

These Back to the Future fans didn’t need to hit 88 mph to shoot some seriously awesome save-the-dates! With a little help from one Atlanta based Delorean owner this geeky pair had the opportunity to shoot with a movie replica for the day, without disrupting the space-time continuum (I hope). “We wanted to somehow incorporate our love of the movies into our Engagement Shoot and our Save the Dates, explains bride to be Abbie, “unfortunately, neither one of us knew anyone with a DeLorean handy or a flux capacitor.” So the pair did a little digging and found a site that helps connect DeLorean owners to events and car shows.