A warehouse venue, life-size skeletons, Stormtroopers, a freight elevator entrance filled with smoke — we are starry-eyed with the brilliance of Bridget and Anthony’s eclectic warehouse wedding at The Art Factory in Paterson, New Jersey. As the guests stepped off the freight elevator, they were greeted with a Game of Thrones-inspired champagne wall. They actually […]
The theme was a Jewish wedding with a Middle Earth and Star Wars twist. Costumes, lightsabers, swords, dancing, and giant turkey legs made the celebration go wild. But it was the meaning and intent that brought everyone to years.
Holly and Kate’s May the Fourth Star Wars wedding had DIY Star Wars decor, lightsabers for every guest, and themed costumes galore. It was a sweet tale of love after loss and had so many fun and geeky details.
You don’t want to miss this one…
Marilyn and Zach are Star Wars geeks and wanted to inject a little midichlorian magic into their wedding day. Their subtle and glam Star Wars wedding had gorgeous colors (hello blush pink gown!), movies and fandom-themed centerpieces, a gorgeous Star Wars-topped cake, and of course, a lightsaber exit. Just wait until you see the Han frozen in carbonite chocolate bars!
Natalie and Jake’s wedding was an intergalactic celebration of cosmic proportions. Their love for Star Wars played a big role. There were lightsaber battles among the wedding party and an impromptu sing-along of “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith during the photos. Teleport us back to this fun, please!
These two cosmically radical people were destined to give us heart eyes with their space-themed wedding in Seattle.
Kerstin and Christian had a gorgeous vow renewal elopement-style in a railway underpass to reaffirm their marriage. For their actual wedding, the couple had to make many compromises, but this time it was all about them. Enter lightsabers, destroying the Death Star during the ceremony, and a toast with Yoda Soda.
Yep, it’s a Star Wars vow renewal in Germany that tickles all our nerdy dreams of an industrial-style wedding. You’ve got to see it…