This is not your typical wedding video, but then again, they aren’t your typical couple. You know them as the couple behind the Indiana Jones engagement ring and Star Wars Wedding Band and if you follow this blog you’ve seen many posts about their geek inspired wedding.
Filmed in Las Vegas at an actual Star Wars location in Death Valley National Park, their wedding video is “an abstract short film around a live event inspired by David Lynch and Stanley Kubrick,” explains Homer. The couple with the Star Wars/Indiana Jones theme come full circle at the same place they met over 13 years ago - Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Adventure awaits in this Indiana Jones inspired engagement shoot shot by Poirier Wedding Photography at Faith and Max’s local South Florida zoo. The two spent a lot of time trying to put together the right look and were most excited to find “the shoes”. The two are high school sweethearts and self confessed geeks and are getting married 12.22.12 at their favorite place, Walt Disney World in Florida. “We love video games (Zelda, Team Fortress 2, Street Fighter, Plants vs. Zombies, Scott Pilgrim, Tomb Raider, Guild Wars, etc) and watching crappy (and some good!) movies,” says Faith.
Remember this amazing groom’s cake created by Charm City Cakes, it’s a replica of the Ark of the Covenant from Raiders of the Lost Ark. Luckily for the bride and groom nothing happened after they cut into the Ark and had a great wedding. Here are some photos taken by photographer Stephen Gosling of Nancy and Chris’ wedding that included said cake of probable supernatural death; and a string trio that played the theme to Star Wars as the two exited down the aisle after the ceremony. There wedding was held at the historic home Raspberry Plain in Leesburg, VA.
This groom’s cake, created by Charm City Cakes, is a replica of the Ark of the Covenant from Raiders of the Lost Ark complete with Indy’s most hated creature, snakes! Gorgeous photos by Stephen Gosling at Gosling Photography.
Furniture stacked to the ceiling, worn books, golden treasures and wooden crates, you would think you had just walked onto the set for the warehouse scene from Indiana Jones’ Raiders of the Lost Ark. Instead, you’d find yourself in the Found Vintage Rentals Warehouse. Josh from Casa de Perrin had a vision of an Indiana Jones photo shoot collaborating with Photography Studio EMP, Honey & Poppies for the florals and Pitbulls & Posies for the paper details. I love the little details like the play off the quotes from the movie in the invitaions: “Snakes, why’d it have to be snakes?” and “‘X’ never, ever, marks the spot.”