Nadia & Dale's wookiee boogie Star Wars wedding #Real Weddings: Global#australia#charities#costumes#gamers#geeky#sci-fi#star wars#uneven wedding party May 24 | Offbeat Editors Photos by Wedding Dream Services Check out some of the other Star Wars weddings Offbeat Bride has featured! The offbeat bride: Nadia, Web Designer Her offbeat partner: Dale, Programmer Date and location of wedding: Cedar Creek Estate Tamborine Mountain, Queensland — August 15, 2010 What made our wedding offbeat: We had a full Star Wars-themed wedding. The 501st legion acted as a guard of honour and raised $1000 for the Starlight Children's Foundation. I bought an R2-D2 projector that acted as ring bearer, we had a Jabba the Hutt wedding cake, I painted planets from the Star Wars Galaxy for all the tables, and all the guests dressed up in Star Wars attire. Tell us about the ceremony: Every entrance was matched to John Williams' score. The stormtroopers entered to Darth Vader's theme, along with Dale's dad as celebrant, then Dale entered to the Throne Room score at the end of Episode IV. The Princess Leia flower girls and my handmaiden of honour entered to the pretty Across the Stars love theme while I entered the chapel with my dad in a Jedi costume (and the beard he grew for the wedding) at the musical climax of the love theme. It was all timed really well and just tons of fun. My favorite moment: My favorite moment was my dad reading my sister's speech. She couldn't attend, but the speech was really lovely. I also loved Dale's speech to me since it was off-the-cuff and funny. Everything was stress-free. My funniest moment: R2-D2 coming down the aisle. It has this issue where it screams every metre or so, so it would move a little way up the aisle, scream, then move a bit closer. Beats a small child any day. Was there anything you were sure was going to be a total disaster that unexpectedly turned out great? I thought the guests might not dress up, but almost everyone came in crazy costumes that were really surprising and funny. My second cousin came as a male Princess Leia and that was one of the great photo moments. My advice for offbeat brides: Pay attention to the details, and if your partner has a crazy idea like having stormtroopers line up along the back of the church, go with it. Care to share a few vendor/shopping links? Lightsabers from Thinkgeek Cake from Cake Star (best cakes ever!) Photography by Wedding Dream Services Enough talk — show me the wedding porn! allowFullScreen="true" flashvars="offsite=true&lang=en-us&page_show_url=photos%2Fnaddles%2Fsets%2F72157626644709598%2Fshow%2F&page_show_back_url=photos%2Fnaddles%2Fsets%2F72157626644709598%2Fshow%2F&set_id=72157626644709598&jump_to=" width="800" height="500"> Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS The "less-than-photogenic" couple's guide to engagement pictures NEXT Meet Offbeat Intern #5: Catherine! Toggle comments [ 50 ] Comment navigation ← Older Comments I'm not a weddings guy. I've been to three and didn't really care for them, but I didn't know the people very well. I would pay ridiculous sums of money to attend your wedding. Also, I only found two pictures with him, there is a man wearing a red-shirt star trek uniform. The other thing that astounded me was that the man who was performing the ceremony, be he priest or other religious figure (or cult leader), was dressed as an officer of the empire. Awesome. 1 agrees Reply Where did you get your dress and cape from i have been looking everywhere for something similar? is it custom made it is beautiful xx 0 agree Reply Comment navigation ← Older Comments Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.