Aussie anime lovers tie the knot
One thing you must know about this couple, Karl and Kristina, is that they had this engagement shoot. Yep, that’s a cosplay of the anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, which was a shared interest when they met. Their wedding, while not an exercise in cosplay, totally had veins of their anime love throughout (including the main characters of their favorite show as the cake toppers!).
Courtney & Rhys’ Alaskan steampunk octopus-spattered beach wedding
Whether you call them octopuses or octopodes, you’re gonna love looking for all of them in this steamy beachy wedding. Hint: check out the bride’s hairclip, the handmade papier mache, and the seriously breathtaking mountain backdrop, and that’s before the fabulous goggles and gadgetry the wedding party and guests are sporting. Gear up…
Piranha plants and comic books at Peace Arch Park
Mary and Andrew were married in Blaine, Washington at Peace Arch International Park, which is between Surrey, British Columbia and Blaine, Washington. It’s also Geek Week, where we celebrate our nerdy and pop culture-loving comrades, and this wedding totally fits the bill with comic books and old school Nintendo references.
This geeky Browncoat wedding was shiniest wedding in the ‘verse
This week we’re celebrating our sci-fi-loving, fantasy-squeeing, and comic book-collecting couples. Today we have a couple of hardcore Browncoats celebrating with dinosaur centerpieces, Nerf Mavericks, and Firefly-inspired costumes.
Kelsea & Henry’s Northwest garden party wedding
These free spirits wanted to show off their beloved Northwest scenery and atmosphere. They decided that Whidbey Island would be the perfect locale since both families have connections to the area and it’s where the groom proposed! With some greek food, lawn games, tons of community support, and a sweet pre-ceremony ring warming, this wedding is bound to pull some heartstrings.
Hana & Tim’s family farm fun wedding
This blended family celebrated the union of their love by having a handfasting together and big ol’ “We are family!” cheer at the end. Tack on a lovely multi-colored dress, a rural farm ceremony, and two adorable kids, and you’ve got a sweet farm destination wedding in Maine.