A Rube Goldberg machine and epic gamefest wedding

By on Apr. 18th

The Rube Goldberg machine was kicked off by the combined weight of the bride and groom's rings on this scale.

This wedding wasn't about dancing or put-on formality. Instead, it was about good old fashioned FUN and a whole lot of games. One of the main events was having all the guests help build a Rube Goldberg machine (think the game of Mouse Trap).

As photographer Kyle Hepp tells us, the guests flew in from all over the world to celebrate the marriage of Ashley, an Illinois native, and Graham, who is from the UK.

Also included: a pop quiz about the couple, homemade cookies and milk, a ceremony officiated by "The Rev for Whatev," jump ropes, giant dominoes, and tons of toys. Take a peek at the photos capturing the celebration.


Part of the Rube Goldberg machine.


Check out the vid of the machine in action:

For the rest of the story on this epic gamefest wedding, check out Kyle Hepp's blog post about the event.