iPad pronounce you man and wife! #Wedding Porn#couples of color#geeky#green dress#hat#iphone#outdoor#san diego#tea length dresses August 18 | Megan Finley meggyfin It finally happened, folks! I shot a wedding ceremony completely run from the officiant's iPad! And it was awesome. I was literally giddy about it. The lucky couple, Katie and Aaron, thought I was a nut job because of how excited I was over this. Keep reading for some sweet iPad I mean, wedding porn… Katie copying her vows onto the iPad. Aren't they adorable!? Katie got all weepy during her vows, it was super sweet. Katie and Aaron got married in the beautiful outdoor setting in Oceanside and can we take a break from the iPad porn and just talk about how AMAZING Katie's outfit is. She made all of that herself. Okay back to the geekery — here's one more photo for you Apple fan-boys out there… A little iBook, iPad and iPhone action all at the same time. And I swear I did not set up this shot — this literally just happened! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME 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 LA-based Offbeat Empire editor. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating, drinking, and geeking. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meggyfin @meggyfin PREVIOUS My "no wedding talk" vacation, and why you need one too NEXT Victoria & Fritz's Vintage Camping Wedding Show/Hide comments [ 21 ] I could see this being my brothers wedding, about the only thing he doesn't use his iPad for is music production, which he does on his Macbook of course. I love the dress, the officiants hat and the sunflowers too! 3 agree Reply I love love LOVE that the bride's in a green dress and the attendants are in white. Super adorable. 6 agree Reply That's brilliant! I love those colors in the dresses as well. I just love everything about this wedding! 1 agrees Reply Oh God! Please don't let my FH see this! He'll be looking for ways to incorporate all his fan boy toys! Also, very pretty wedding 🙂 Reply They are a beautiful couple in a beautiful location and that shot of her wiping tears away is so touching!! The ipad is cool too 😉 Reply Great post and great wedding! Had to share it for my 'iPad at Work' series: http://justanotheripadblog.com/ipad-at-work/ipad-at-work-marrying-a-couple/ Reply I think that's a very clever way of keeping everything together in one place! And I LOVE the color of the bride's dress. This popped up on Wedinator…and the comments were…well…less the stellar. I'm SO glad that the wonderful gang here is so supportive. 1 agrees Reply It was a freaking brilliant idea and the ceremony was pulled off flawlessly. iPad ceremony FTW no matter what anyone says! 2 agree Reply I think this is so cool and hip! I'm sure my hubs would have been totally for this if there had been such a thing as an iPad 10 years ago! Congrats to the couple for a beautiful and original wedding. Reply OMG, Joe TOTALLY would have had you guys do that! Heck, I would have used my iPhone if we actually did vows. Reply Aw, thanks guys! We weren't even planning on using the iPad going into it, but Aaron's uncle (the officiant) had his with him, and it seemed like a convenient way to keep everything together. Megan, the pictures are awesome! You did such a great job and everyone keeps saying how wonderful you were. I can't wait to see the rest of them! Reply YAY! Katie you guys, your family and your friends were awesome and your wedding was BE-A-UTIFUL. I'm glad you like these pics. Reply You could totally sell that last picture to Apple lol great pictures, everyone looks beautiful!!!! 1 agrees Reply Thanks Katie. Nice to have you commenting on the 'ol OBB. 😉 Reply What a great day this turned out to be… after running late driving the distance to the wedding my husband, the officiant, didn't get a chance to print his notes and the vows on paper… lucky thing he had everything on his lappy so we transfered, while in route, to the ipad.. the rest is history… literally~! I guess Aaron and Katie's wedding is the tech talk of the ipad world. How cool is that? Thanks Megan, the photos are brilliant. The wedding was SWEET! Pastor and I are so pleased we could be part of Aaron and Katies special day. Reply iLove this! Did they sign the marriage license on there too? There has to be an app for that! 3 agree Reply Haha, our engagement photos have a bunch of Mac love photos 😀 Reply Awesome dress – the colour is just gorgeous!! **coveting** Reply Talk about being connected – this is wired love or should I say iPad love! Such a great post I've had to share it on my site! Reply I'm a wedding officiant, and last year I started using my ipad instead of printing each ceremony script and punching it into my 3-ring binder. It's so smooth… you can scroll with you thumb, no pages to turn, it's tree-friendly, and when it's windy out, you never lose your place! Several of my employees have tablets, and I email them the ceremony scripts, they download to their kindle, ipad, etc, and away they go! 1 agrees Reply I don't see an issue? But then again, my pastor uses an iPad for his sermon notes, so theres that….lol Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. 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