When Adventure Time, Zelda, and Minecraft collide with wedding invitations…

VW6PyCZdes_OTtIg2--IBgXr8d5JIptucyRo-lHE55QI'm a HUGE Adventure Time fan, so clearly Tribesmaid Elixia's wedding logo is my favorite. But if you like Adventure Time, Mine Craft, Zelda, and other geeky wonderful things, then you're going to be even bigger fans of their entire wedding invitation suite…

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Elixia explains:

The invitations were all drawn and designed by me… I tried to incorporate mine and Stu's style of drawing, AND as many of our geeky interests possible! I know a lot of our closest friends will get most of the references, and everyone who doesn't can enjoy the aesthetics regardless.

Now who can identify all the geeky references?

  1. Warning geek alert!
    *deep breath*
    The groom has a minecraft iron sword. And his boutineer is a Super Mario fire flower.
    The bride is wearing Princess Peach's crown (from Super Mario franchise). Her bouquet consists of another fire flower, and piranha plant from Mario, a sunflower from Plants vs. Zombies, I don't know where her purple flower comes from. Is the dress supposed to be from Sailor Moon?
    The heart is from the Legend of Zelda.
    The title is of course from Adventure time.

    Whew! Let me know if I got it right.

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  2. Oh my god. My fiance's facebook picture is of Finn and Jake, so when we changed our status to "engaged," I ended up with this GIANT picture of them on my wall. I think one person on my friends list knew what it was.

    I loved it, though, and I love this for the same reason–it's two best friends on an adventure together, and whether that adventure is fighting monsters or just living your lives, it's wonderful and scary and basically I'm a little jealous.

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  3. This is super cute! Do you do this for others ??? I have been looking for something like this for our wedding save the dates, invites, ect???

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