A chance encounter with a geeky bride-to-be and her fiance cosplaying as Amy Pond and Rory from Doctor Who made for the perfect match for Steve Long and his Tardis Photo booth. Originally built for his daughter’s wedding, the booth is completely portable and can be put together and taken apart by a single person in just a few minutes. Quickly becoming the star of the reception, Steve now rents out his life-size T.A.R.D.I.S replica so other couples can enjoy the booth.
Artist Paul Pape’s latest Doctor Who ring box is truly bigger on the inside simply open the doors to find a replica of the TARDIS interior within the box. His ”Larger on the inside” custom TARDIS engagement ring box includes lights, sound and of course a hidden ring compartment.
Flying high above South Carolina’s Bleckley Inn the iconic blue TARDIS makes a stop at Laurie and Justin’s Doctor Who themed wedding.
The couple’s photographer Davey Morgan previously shot the couple’s engagement photos where Laurie and Justin portrayed Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) and the 10th Doctor (played by actor, David Tennant). “They chose to do a Doctor Who themed engagement session because it is their favorite show, and is something that is special that they enjoy together,” says Davey.
Choosing to continue that theme into their wedding made for some pretty amazing photos while still maintaining a traditional look and feel to their wedding.
The robotic dog K-9 from the Doctor Who made quite the entrance as the ring bearer at this Doctor Who themed wedding. The father of the bride built the remote controlled ring bearer, as well as, the TARDIS cake topper and sonic screwdriver cake cutter for his daughter Kelsie’s wedding.
When they wanted their wedding to be as personal as they could make Clara and Justin opted out of anything they didn’t feel connected to: the garter toss, the first dance and clinking glasses. Instead, says Clara, “we looked at each piece and tried to figure out how to make it represent one of our geeky interests.” They did just that, incorporating all their favorite fandoms from Doctor Who to Portal into their wedding.
Beginning with their Save the Date, made by friend and artist Violet Hope, the couple wanted to reference as many of their favorite TV shows, movies, and video games they both enjoy. Can you name all 30 of them?
Angela and Aaron are two scientists who first met at a costume party, he dressed as the Doctor from Doctor Who and she as Kaylee from Firefly promising a kiss to anyone who recognized her costume, their immediate connection was anything but inert.
Continuing their romantic experiment the two channeled their inner mad scientists in their engagement session shot by Unique Wedding Photographer Jon Woodbury. At the end of the session the couple gave a nod to their initial meeting with Aaron wearing his Doctor Who scarf and Angela her Firefly parasol.
While shooting their wedding photos in front of the temple where they got married, a TARDIS just happened to be parked in the driveway across the street. Fate? With a little magic their photographer Jon Photoshopped the Doctor’s time traveling ship into the grounds of the temple with the couple inside.
Baking up beautiful, sometimes geeky cakes in South-East England is nothing new for Natalie Porter of Immaculate Confections. Her baking career even started on a geeky note when her fiancé Christopher requested their wedding cake to be shaped like Minas Tirith from Lord of the Rings. ”Three enormous cakes, 3 dummy cakes and a mountainous peninsula made of cardboard and gaffer tape later, it was ready to decorate! And fortunately it worked out a treat. It provided the perfect, if somewhat geeky, cake for our wedding day,” says Natalie.
Now Natalie runs her own cake business and her latest cake creation is inspired by Doctor Who’s iconic TARDIS for a top to a wedding cake. Every little detail down to the signage and door handles has been recreated for an obviously amazing customer’s wedding.
Making stuff you’ll love is their motto and if your a Doctor Who
fan you’ll definitely love their latest creation a limited edition T.A.R.D.I.S ring box
! Combining “innovative construction with awesome aesthetic” Small World
creates unique jewelry from medieval inspired little castle rings
inspired bottled necklaces
. Based in central Nicosia on the island of Cyprus and also in the UK, life long British geek Max Barletta created the T.A.R.D.I.S ring box for a friend’s engagement. “My Friend just got engaged and asked me to make him a special Dr Who
themed proposal box, I make all sorts of things for a living and was so excited because were all massive Dr fans”, says Max. “His fiance was so excited when she saw it she forgot the ring…. now that’s true Geek dedication!”
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.
This miniature version of the Doctor’s Tardis features a pulsating LED light at the top of the famous police box from Etsy shop BitsWithByte. The light pulses at the same frequency as its full size counterpart on the show and comes with a ring insert and a inscription plate. “Just the thought of helping someone create their dream piece whether it be for a wedding, a present or for themselves, is my passion,” says shop owner Octavia. She also has a really cute, handmade Companion Cube engagement ring box available in her shop as well.