Offbeat Bride reader Julia-Gulia and her future husband are big gamer geeks. So when it came time to come up with wedding favors, they thought, “What better favor for our gamer geek wedding than personalized custom wedding dice?”
The Offbeat Bride: Regina, Pre-Press Technician (and OBT member “Parallax“) Her Offbeat Partner: Alyx, Psychology Student Location & date of wedding: Beardslee Castle, Little Falls, NY — October 11, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: Once we finally started to plan our wedding, the biggest question we asked ourselves was “What is our wedding about?” […]
The offbeat bride: Naomi Her offbeat partner: Casey Location & date of wedding: First Assembly Church Chapel in Cedar Rapids, IA. November 1, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: For starters, I wore a black dress. It was actually a bridesmaid’s dress, which made it tons cheaper. Then, we did almost everything ourselves. I made […]
The tender union between two child-at-heart game industry kids is, of course, *unnormal* to say the least.
How cute are these gamer invites for Hope & Jeremy’s wedding? It’s like pac-man, only with less ghosts and more love. This is like the antithesis to those lame-ass “Game Over” tshirts. And goes great with that Mario Bros groom’s cake. Ah, gamer luv! (Thanks to hopemeng for the photo!)
I totally get that this is just comedy, and I don’t want to seem like a humorless gender-warrior, but I guess on a certain level I just don’t quite understand why it’s funny … as a groom, do you really want to be thought of as unhappy about your marriage? As a bride, do you want to be seen as “winning” some game that results in your frowny-face partner being stuck with you for the rest of your lives?