Our fairytale wedding included medieval and fantasy elements, with much inspiration from The Lord of the Rings. We personalized our non-religious ceremony, and included many nods to Tolkien. We even had a “House Sword” specially forged for the ceremony!
We had already had our elopement last year, so we wanted this post-elopement party to be a simple but nerdy event to celebrate with some of our friends and family.
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.
How many fandoms can you count in this nerdy wedding theme? From Doctor Who to Star Trek, this couple knows how to get their nerd on (spoiler: barrels of homemade mead are involved).
At our zoo wedding in Baton Rouge, we had a blue and purple color scheme with some Star Wars touches here and there, including a Han and Leia cake topper.
We also had a selection of animal ambassadors during the reception, for a touch of the wild side.
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 […]