This Doctor Who wedding began with the sound of a TARDIS

Bride and groom celebrate with sno cones
Photos by Altar Image Photography

You know we love a good Doctor Who wedding on Offbeat Bride. So I was stoked to get the chance to check out Gracie and Daniel's subtle take on the Doctor's world for their Los Angeles wedding last June!

Some details would be pretty hard to spot for those without a fan's eye. The sunflowers, for example, were a nod to an episode about Vincent Van Gogh. TARDIS blue was everywhere. And you'd have to be looking to spot Gracie's hand-painted Timey Wimey heels.

Of course, nonfans probably would have noticed the cutouts of the TARDIS, the weeping angel, and the cyberman at the reception. And they had to have noticed when Gracie's father entered the ceremony stating that he didn't know where she was — only to be drowned out by the sound of the TARDIS landing. Safely back from her adventures with the Doctor, Gracie met Daniel at the end of the aisle right on schedule.

Be sure to take a look at the reception's Whovian details! Guests munched on Dalek and TARDIS-shaped cookies, the cake featured a bride and groom escaping into the TARDIS from a pair of dinosaurs, and a photo booth included appropriate props like a fez, a sonic screwdriver, and 3D glasses.

Bride eating In n Out burger

Bride getting ready for Doctor Who wedding

Sunflowers and TARDIS blue for a subtle Doctor Who wedding

Hand painted Doctor Who heels

Fastening the Timey Wimey shoes

Bride with veil over the face

Father of the bride wonders where she is

Bride arrived on the TARDIS

Walking down the aisle

Sunflowers at a subtle Doctor Who wedding

Wedding at the San Fernando Mission

Wedding at the San Fernando mission II

Wedding at the San Fernando mission III

Walking back down the aisle

Bride and groom at San Fernando Mission

Cathedral length veil

TARDIS blue reception

TARDIS cookies as favors

Dalek cookie

Doctor Who wedding cake

TARDIS cake topper

Doctor Who cake detail II

Doctor Who cake detail

Cutting the Doctor Who wedding cake

The TARDIS

Doctor Who timey wimey photo booth

Weeping angel and cyberman cutouts

Happy bride and groom

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Band: CSUN String Quartet • Band: Urban Soul • Caterer: Rocamar • Ceremony Venue: San Fernando Mission • Dress store: David's Bridal • Floral designer: Vasquez Florist • Groomsman Attire: Men's Warehouse • Hair stylist: Beautiful Image • Photographer: Altar Image Photography • Reception Venue: Brand Park Memory Garden

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  1. Dat topper tho! Where was it purchased?

    Such a beautiful wedding. I love the hand painted shoes. I was thinking of doing something similar since I cannot find ones I like.

    As one Whovian to another this wedding is FANTASTIC!

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  2. (1)Dinosaurs YES!
    (2) the weeping angel would have startled me, completely.

    and three:
    YOU LOOK LOVELY NOW GET IN!

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  3. I love this. Every. Single. Bit of it πŸ™‚

    The blue of the slip clothes and napkins in that glorious sunshine look fabulous. And the sunflowers in the church and bouquet. The Dress. The Cake.

    Gah … I love πŸ™‚

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  4. I love all the details in this wedding, especially the cherry blossom cake! Any idea where the bride got her robe? It's beautiful. Also it looks like the fabric is pretty thick unlike most that I've seen that have a really thin fabric.

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  5. This was one of the best weddings I have ever been too. I am honored to have baked hundreds of Dr. Who themed cookies for their guests.

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