Known for fashionable and high-end geek inspired corsets Los Angeles based Castle Corsetry provides a great selection of alternative bridal wear for the nerdy bride. Award-winning designer Lady Lauren, is the geek girl and cinching goddess behind the scenes, creating stunning corsets inspired by fan favorites such as Harry Potter, Star Wars, Doctor Who and even this beautiful Game of Thrones corset perfect for you or your bridesmaids.
A mix of Asian street fashion and American Comics designer Song Ja Park, owner of Cake Shop Couture, teases cake but offers up cute, geeky dresses instead.
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”.
Everything is awesome when you have amazing nails like these, and now that the song is stuck in your head, UK nail blogger The Nailasaurus will help you recreate these pastel Unikitty cuties or colorful Lego Movie nails. She doesn’t post step by step tutorials but she does have lots of photos and a explanations of how she made them along with what materials see used to create them.
From bow ties and suspenders to pocket squares and hair accessories Etsy shop The Director’s Cabin is your one stop shop for Gallifreyan Formal Wear. Shop owner Salina has everything a Whovian will need on their wedding day from Matt Smith and David Tennant tribute bow ties to Tom Baker pocket squares and custom Doctor Who designs.
High-fashion meets Star Wars on the New York Fashion Week runway as Rodarte ventures into a fashion galaxy far, far away. Designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s 2014 F/W collection inspired by their childhood memories of their own fashion choices in ’80s and I’m guessing they had a few Star Wars shirts in their closet.
Mystery solved! I’ve found the perfect bridesmaid dress for a Sherlock inspired wedding, or at the very least, an amazing party dress made by cosplayer Lizzy aka Fraulein Ninja.
This Sherlocked cosplayer’s cute 221B Baker street tea dress was inspired by the BBC’s 2010 Sherlock TV series created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. Shot by Yenra Photography and modeled by Lizzy who took home first place at the Sherlock 221B Con‘s costume contest; one of many conventions Lizzy has attended since 2009′s Otakon which kicked off her cosplay addiction.
It’s a popular trend in Japan to wear cat ears called “nekomimi” so what do you think about taking the trend down the aisle? Here are 11 looks for all you Catgirl brides ranging from affordable to pricey in every color imaginable, starting with these white lace cat ears above from Hardly Alice.
A colorful, comic book inspired outfit for a Valentine’s Day date or your best friend’s wedding get the look now over at ModCloth.
A stellar gift for a special occasion, like say, a wedding! Your astronomy loving Groom will appreciate this unique and memorable wedding day gift from Dutch independent watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw, who specializes in astronomic design, and Van Cleef & Arpels.