We met on the internet, and on our first date we bonded over our shared love of all things nerdy, Marvel, Disney, and theme parks. We always wanted to make the wedding uniquely ours. Nerdy but classy!
This couple combined their love for all things celestial and Star Wars into a comic book wedding. From the comic book boutonnieres to the hidden Batman in the cake, this comic book wedding is bursting with personality and fun.
Offbeat Brides are always looking for ways to involve their wedding guests in the ceremony — well, OTHER than getting out their cell phones. If you’re looking for guest participation ideas, we love this cute inspo from Christopher & Kevin’s Batman vs. Mr. Freeze heroes and villains wedding: they passed out comic book inspired signs that said things like BOOM! POW! ZAMMM! that guests held up during the ceremony.
Marcus and Rigo are comic book super fans and it showed in their spectacular comic book themed microwedding. There were loads of DIYed details like the paper flowers, table runners, and centerpieces all made from comic book pages. Even their programs had a caricature illustration done of the two of them to look like a comic book cover. Don’t miss the superhero-themed sweets table, taco bar buffet (with rosemart margaritas!), and their unity margarita ceremony.
It was a comic book themed wedding in which Batman married the Joker at Villa Antonia. I was the Joker, draped in a purple, detachable train wedding gown that I designed and had made. The gown was accessorized by a top hat veil. The groom was Batman, the best man was Superman, and the maid of honor was Catwoman. The other groomsmen where the Green Lantern, Iron Man, Captain America, The Riddler, and Deadpool. The bridesmaids were Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, The Flash, and Storm.
Mallory and William have made it a tradition to visit The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., each Christmas, enjoying the decorations and ambiance a few hours away from their home of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Last year, they went to the Christmas tree in front of the mansion, and William proposed…