Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!

November 29 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Morgan Roberts
Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!
Photos by Morgan Roberts

Wendy and Robert rocked a steampunk-themed costume wedding with a small family/close friends ceremony in the morning, and then an extended family spit roast luncheon for the main event. But one of our favorite parts was the steampunk Nerf gun duel! We just had to share it.

Here's the epic battle in full…

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a soft dart gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a soft dart gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a soft dart gun duel!

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a soft dart gun duel!

Where to buy a steampunk soft dart gun:

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a Nerf gun duel!
Steampunk Nerf soft dart gun

Here's a little more about their killer steampunk reception:

The marquee was decorated with members of the family’s wedding dresses, I had specialist hangers made with their names on them so they could be displayed. It looked so good and really showed the different styles of wedding dress over the years, the oldest one was from 1913! The buffet luncheon included a pig on the spit, roast beef, lamb, salad, and just spuds. A dessert of lemon meringue pie was included with the buffet and then we cut the wedding cake for afternoon tea, no one went hungry at our wedding. There were lawn games, badminton, and Nerf gun duels.

Steampunk wedding couples: don't forget to have a soft dart gun duel!

Are YOU planning a steampunk wedding? Would make your photographer so happy by rocking this kind of duel?

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