Everyone needs a player two and for Patrick the search for his was over when he met Katie in high school. “We’ve built our relationship on Game Boys, chess boards, and boxes of comics,” says Patrick, “because these are all things to be shared and experienced together, and with Katie as my Player 2, every adventure is more exciting, every challenge is more rewarding, and every moment is a lifetime of happiness.”
Infusing a variety of their favorite geek inspired interests and hobbies into their wedding Morgan and David unlock a few achievements on the way to the altar. The Shattuck Golf Club located in Jaffrey, New Hampshire set the stage for Morgan and David’s wedding with its rustic interior space and majestic views of Mt. Monadnock during the ceremony.
From a toy ring proposal to their video game themed wedding on a championship golf course with Creatrix Photography, hit the fairway with Jovi and Brandon in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A fateful message on an online dating site from Brandon was the beginning of their geeky love. ”I checked out his profile,” explains Jovi, “My idea of a great first date – anything that doesn’t FEEL like a first date. Ok, that’s not too bad – no cliches…and his msg was really casual “let me know if you want to talk and get to know each other – even if it’s just as friends”. So I msg’d him back! And we started talking back and forth…then went on to Gmail/Gchat, and eventually Facebook.” From there the two found they shared a mutual friend and had both been planning to attend his Game Night the day before Valentine’s Day.
Your invited to Christeen and Aaron’s wedding adventure in the heart of cosmopolitan Leichhardt, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, so press start and ready up for some amazing photos from the team at Clarzzique Photography & Video!
Wedding cake plus projector can only result in one thing – video games! At least that’s what the crew at POSHdjs thought when they combined the two, projecting classic NES games like Donkey Kong and Dig Dug onto this couple’s 5-tiered wedding cake.
This sneaky Link by DeviantArt artist Emma-Is-A-Leaf was created for her brother’s wedding cake. Similar to last year’s hidden Spider-Man the artist wanted to create something that would look like it’s coming out from under the bottom of the cake, and in this case, it’s Link.
Marlene and Rodolfo’s 8-bit retro game wedding is a blast from the past and completely handmade. “We did everything ourselves,” says Marlene, “from the stationary to the gifts as we didn’t want anything too “professional” looking and wanted more of a home made feel to it. Basically we wanted to have fun and relaxed feel to the wedding!”
This geeky couple met in college during their Computer Science degree in Portugal, and married on their 10th dating anniversary. “The first thing we knew about our wedding day was that it would be 8-bit games themed!”
Proving he not only produces amazing work but also has amazing clients, master jeweler and owner of Takayas Custom Jewelry Takayas Mizuno’s latest ring collection is fit for any princess of Hyrule.
Drawing inspiration from the Legend of Zelda video game series Takayas created this wedding collection made from white gold, diamonds and yellow gold for the Hyrule Royal Crests on both the men’s and woman’s rings and Hylian Shield on the men’s.
Hacking into a Contra cartridge Redditor EquinnoxX was able to modify the game to propose to his girlfriend in an unforgettable way. Posting images of his work on Imgur EquinnoxX quickly explains the process to his proposal “I bought Contra, dumped the ROM, hex edited the file, flashed it to a new ROM chip and soldered it all back together.”
He then changed the player names and the ending text to say “you’ve beat the game saved the universe and won my heart. Will you marry me…”