Harry Potter fans Meredith and Joshua enchanted the over 100 guests who attended their magical Los Angeles wedding, transforming Lawry’s Prime Rib in Beverley Hills into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. California-based photographer Candice Benjamin perfectly captured the magic of J.K Rowling’s best-selling books for the couple who wanted a lighthearted, yet non-cheesy, event.
Scroll through Fine Cakes By Zehra and you’ll find cake after cake of too good to eat desserts like this beautiful Harry Potter inspired wedding cake.
Yet another amazing ring box from artist Paul Pape recreating the Golden Snitch from Harry Potter with a detachable base for the perfect proposal.
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!
Wedding cinematographer Jaysin Osterkamp sends his Harry Potter fan girlfriend on an elaborate quest full of puzzles, trivia and riddles in his Harry Potter themed proposal. “There are many ways to pass through locked doors in the magical world…” and for Andrea the only way to pass through these “doors” was to follow the clues and solve the puzzles some easy, others not so much.
Grab this golden snitch inspired ring for your significant other from Etsy shop House On Hudson. Canadian goldsmith Miranda designed the band of sterling silver to resemble the snitch’s wings and the topaz stone as the snitch.
With a little computer magic photographer Jimmy Hickey transports his clients into the world of Harry Potter for their geeky engagement photo session. From his original photo of the couple shot inside a parking garage, this Oregon based photographer then composited his image onto a Harry Potter promotional wallpaper from Wallpapers Wide with amazing results!
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.
“I open at the beginning” read the golden Snitch embedded within a copy of the book “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” for a proposal a Harry Potter fan would never forget. “I proposed to my lovely Olivia with the help of my best friend Tim,” explains Jon. “We procured an owl, yes a LIVE OWL. The handler dressed up as Hagrid, and came down to the firepit at the cabin we rented in Boone, NC.” Within the pages of the Harry Potter series owls are seen as magical creatures often used for delivering posts and parcels in the wizarding world, and this owl, had a post with Olivia’s name on it.
Opening this CustomMade Quidditch set you’ll find the typical equipment to play Harry Potter’s favorite sport; Bludgers, a Quaffle, Beater’s Bats and a Golden Snitch with a hidden secret.
When Rachel wanted to propose to her girlfriend Jaquie, a longtime Harry Potter fan, she set out to win her heart not with a magic potion but with a CustomMade Quidditch set and engagement ring. CustomMade artist Anthony Albano accepted Rachel’s challenge designing this Quidditch set/engagement ring box. Recreating the player’s equipment and the box from wood, Anthony added in the worn detailing along with the embellishments and hardware on the outside of the box to create a realistic and ‘played’ look.