Science, Math, Pop Culture!: Nerdy wedding invitations #Shopping#affiliates#astronomy#chemistry#comic books#dinosaurs#doctor who#geeky#invitations#nintendo#star wars#stars#video games#xkcd July 25 | Megan Finley meganfinley This post features offbeat affiliates, meaning that if you buy something featured, you'll be financially supporting this site's mission of bringing awesomeness to readers everywhere. I profiled nerdy Save the Dates about a year ago — now it's time for some geektastical wedding invitations in your face. So wipe off your glasses and get a real good look at these geek wedding invites. Some of them are for sale right now, and some of them were genius DIY projects from genius nerds in love, concerning science, math, video games, Doctor Who, and (of course) Star Wars. There's even a comic book invitation perfect for those of you who've been dreaming of custom comic book invites, but don't have the artistic skills to pull it off. I'm geeking out over ALL of these guys… Science! My favorite part is the clever wording "xx + xy chromosomes welcome" and "honoring the bond of." I see what you did there! Chemistry wedding invitations. Get it? Y'all obviously have "chemistry" together. Wakka wakka! Gotta love the dinosaur wedding invitations from Leslie and Emory's wedding at, where else? The Natural History Museum. Celestial wedding invitations for the astronomers out there. Tim and Jordan ganked this XKCD comic for their science-y love-y Save the Dates. [related-post align="center"] Math! I hate math, but I LOVE this wedding invitation. The infinity symbol is kind of the perfect wedding logo for two math geeks in love, is it not? Video games! Portal wedding invitations. These are not only Tetris wedding invitations, but they're pop-up Tetris wedding invitations! Ella and Luke both work for games companies, this was their Space Invaders wedding invitation. Tribesmaid Amorae made some awesome 8-bit wedding invitations that not only look cool but they act cool — they're interactive! Pop culture! The interwebs flipped out over these Tardis invitations. These Scott Pilgrims invites and Save the Dates kick ass! Jason and Heather kind of killed it with their geektastic invitations. I don't think there was one microcosm of geek meme-ery that they missed! What about unspecific geeky/general silliness, like these invitation-o-matics? Robots + Toy Story reference = my nerdy heart is exploding from love with this "infinity and beyond" invitation. >I was literally tingling with joy after seeing well-known cosplayer and Tribesmaid Ginny McQueen's Star Wars-themed invites. Maureen's comic book-style pop culture wedding invites REFERENCED ALL THE THINGS! And we'll never forget them. If you're like me and would LOVE a comic book-style wedding invitation but don't have the drawring skillz to make one yourself, you'll be stoked about Minted's customizable Comic Book Love wedding invitation! Did you or are you planning on sending out geeky invites? Tell us about them, or better yet, upload them to our Flickr pool so they can be shared with all the rest of us offbeat geeklings! 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 Megan Finley Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher and Editorial Overlord. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog. @meganfinley @meggyfin PREVIOUS Build a delicious marriage foundation with a unity sandwich NEXT Real life doesn't stop: Top 10 things I've learned from wedding planning Toggle comments [ 9 ] I just totally bookmarked the Infinity invitation!!! Love those! 0 agree Reply These are all amazing… the 1+1 = ? actually made me teary… 0 agree Reply I'm probably making my own, since I am an artist, but these are darling and amazing! Sharing this one! 0 agree Reply The cake is not a lie!!!! omg made me smile so Huge gotta go show my guy now. 2 agree Reply Eh, eh, TARDIS invites, eh, want, want, *claws at screen*. 2 agree Reply Coming up on our 20th anniversary now, so we're hardly newlyweds, but we did do a Doctor Who themed wedding invite back in the day. An artist friend of ours (also my bridesdude, since I didn't have enough female friends to have bridesmaids) drew a lovely silhouette picture of hubby and me in our old LARP costumes from the Atlanta sci-fi con scene; it was embossed in metallic Tardis blue on cards with the slogan "We all have two hearts: one to keep, and one to give away." 5 agree Reply It is impossible to "steal" XKCD comics as long as the content is not being sold, as it's under a CC license; specifically this one: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.5/ Implying intellectual theft is serious business, and I wanted to clarify how this is not theft. 1 agrees Reply Yep, we've discussed this issue extensively over here: http://offbeatbride.com/2010/03/wedding-photo-copyright 0 agree Reply Is there ANY way I can get my hands on the dino wedding invitation, or get in touch with whoever made them? Thanks! 0 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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