11 geeky ring boxes that will make your nerdy lover say YES [Updated for 2022!]
Whether you’re proposing to your gamer/bookish/cosplaying partner or need a geeky ring box to carry your nerdy wedding rings down the aisle, these geeky ring boxes will totally do the job. Are you a Potterphile? A Whovian? An member of the Rebel Alliance? Or maybe you’ve full embraced Pokemon Go. Either way, there’s a geeky ring box in your future. It’s dangerous to go alone. Take these…
Count the fandoms that hide in these awesomely nerdy wedding invitations
Natasha’s epic Pokémon proposal rocked our nerdy worlds, so when we saw her custom video game-themed and nerdy wedding invitations, we had to share. They intertwined Mario, Doctor Who, Sailor Moon, World of Warcraft, Harry Potter, and Pokémon! Here’s the scoop on how it came about…
11 stylish and geeky shoe clips to make everyone do a double take at your feet
If you’re opting for a cheaper, more comfortable, or just more plain set of shoes for the wedding, you may want to up your game with a shoe clip.
We found some of the snazziest, goofiest, and most geeky shoe clips EVER to make your plain shoes look like a quirky flippin’ masterpiece.
An elegant Legend of Zelda gamer wedding for pixel fiends
“Trey and I are both avid gamers, but we both agree that the Legend of Zelda was what started it all for us both. Especially after we found the perfect venue: an actual frickin' castle!” Cue all sorts of video game details to spot at this Zelda-themed gamer wedding.
Your princess IS in this castle: an elegant Super Mario wedding
If you’re an old skool Nintendo fan, you need to see this elegant Super Mario wedding. We’re talking felt fire flower bouquets and boutonnieres, tossed baddie plushes, Mario shoes and color scheme, and a kick-ass photo booth that would make any video game fan change their profile picture. Are you ready for this blast from ’80s past? Let’s take a peek at the whole gamer wedding…
Up your card box’s geek game by using an original Nintendo Entertainment System
Heather and Matt had lots of 8-bit references in their wedding, but our favorite was definitely their Nintendo card box. The best part was their instructions sign that read, “If it does not work on first try, blow on card and reinsert card.” HA. If you don’t get that reference, you’re most likely a youngin’.
This project brings so much retro radness in a small, DIYed package that will appeal to all your old school gamer pals.