For an edgy and cool vampire queen try a rock chic leather jacket and boots to contrast the femininity of white wedding dress, or add a little more vamp with a red dress.
Unlike traditional vampires, Marceline can sustain herself on “shades of red” rather than being limited to surviving on blood. For her bouquet, I chose the Sentimental Rose which seemingly has the appearance of the color red being partially sucked out. Combine Sentimentals with white and red roses to get the full vampiric effect.
I’m loving this custom Adventure Time save-the-date shared by user lottiedoowop on Imgur. So nice of a family friend’s employee to design this card of the bride to be as Princess Bubblegum and her fiancée as Finn.
Planes, comic books and a mix of vintage details highlight today’s eclectic wedding from photographer Kelly Redinger. “We really wanted the day to not only be about our marriage, but be about us,” says bride Bethany. “We tried to incorporate a lot of the things we love and a lot of the things we initially connected over, and that led to a rather interesting mix of vintage details and geekery!”
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.
It’s wedding time for Finn!
This flash tattoo print entitled Adventure Kiss by Society6 artist Derick James would make for a great invitation for Adventure Time fans, or maybe matching tattoos?
Adventure Time fans will love this engagement ring molded after Jake the Dog for comic creator Josh Adams‘ (Batman Odyssey, Doctor Who Ongoing Comic Series, Astonishing X-Men Motion Comic) proposal to girlfriend Saori. The ring was created by Paul Michael Bierker who also made the R2D2 engagement ring.
Get your lump on with this free printable Valentine for the Adventure Time fan in your life.
The dedicated fangirl and baker over at Nerdache Cakes has created some amazingly geeky cupcakes and cakes in the past, but check out her latest creation. This Loki cupcake inspired by the Avengers.
“Loki’s helmet is made from 24 separate fondant pieces, and took over 3 days to put together. It’s pretty screen accurate- besides it being edible! His horns are actually carved pieces of fondant that started as solid rectangles”, says Ant.
Every week, Ant takes requests from a new Fandom and replicates it in cake form. She is currently taking submissions for her Legend of Korra Cake Challenge!
Hunger Games cupcake
Polymer clay Adventure Time bride and groom cake topper made by Deviant artist ImSodaHyper.