Companion cube + cake = Portal wedding invitations #Invitation Porn#diy invitations#gamers#geeky#invitations September 13 | Megan Finley meggyfin We originally brought you the Portal wedding cake. And then there was the engagement proposal as an elaborate Portal 2 level, and conceptual Portal wedding rings. But you have yet to see Portal wedding invitations… until NOW! Dun dun dun. Portal invitation front. Jayné (aka omgajawa) had this to say about these amazing invitations: Portal invitation back We had the idea based on an old article from Game Informer magazine. We told our friend Jesse who's a graphic designer about our idea, and he spat these out. Sure, old people might not get it or just chalk it up to some "sci-fi thing" I like, but for those that do get it I think it'll be a good laugh. And I absolutely love them. All the little touches, like the wording and the little "You Monsters," and companion cube really make them! They turned out better than I thought and look even better on the card stock. I'm not gonna LIE, these invitations are super bad-ass. Thanks to Jayné for sharing them with us! 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 consuming pop-culture. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meganfinley @meggyfin PREVIOUS Tracey & Michael's steampunk Venetian masquerade wedding NEXT Get your own pocket-sized wedding planner for $2.99 from WeddingHappy.com Show/Hide comments [ 22 ] Cake and grief counseling… lol! 3 agree Reply I wish I could get married again just to use invitations this wonderful! I swooned! 1 agrees Reply Makes me sad that I never finished my Portal invitations for my own wedding. But it's done and over with. Reply Such a great idea! Reply *string of unintelligible Spanish cursing* If I'm smart, I'll figure out some way to tie that cake and grief counseling line into my invites. That's my favorite Glados line of all time and since I'm having a Portal cake anyway, I should tie it in a little. 1 agrees Reply Perfect, absolutely perfect! Reply My question about things so nerd-specific, things that tickle my heart so thoroughly, what do you do about the people who don't get the gag? Janye clearly chose the "shrug and roll with it" approach, but what to do if you'd really LIKE everyone to get it? Explanation on the wedsite? Pass the word around to some people to hope they pass the word around to everyone else? Run the video games throughout the reception? Force everyone to play for five minutes before they can enter your ceremony?!?! Reply Sweet they made it up! I'm so glad to see them again, they were one of my favorite things about the wedding planning process I did end up putting a page on my wedsite up just to explain the invitations, linking to the wikipedia article and some other pages about Portal. I explained that Portal 2 was my game-of-the year (so far, lots about to come out that will give it a run for it's money I'm sure). I also told my mom about it, and my younger brother and sister's boyfriend explained to other people who didn't quite understand what Portal was. I wanted to play games at my wedding but it never came to be, and I'm fine with it. In the end just about everyone who received them thought they were adorable and loved them, even if they didn't quite get the humor. They just knew that it was "us", I guess you could say. So I'd say go with whatever you like! Offer the info to people, put links on your site, get people who understand nerdy things you enjoy and are as excited by them as you to help explain things to others if you need to. 🙂 2 agree Reply Greatest invitation ever. 3 agree Reply These invitations make my nerdy heart so happy. <3 Reply These are the BEEEEEEEEST I'd really like someone to say to the bride, "Wait, you KNOW her?" Reply I <3 Portal! 1 agrees Reply Thanks for linking Jesse Long to the great work he did! (jesselong.us) He worked hard on these, I just told him the idea and he ran with it and worked til I told him they were perfect. He made matching cards that were mailed with the invites stating where we were registered. There's much love to be given to him for it! Reply he just told me that site isn't working, but you can still see his other work at http://teamhammafist.com/portfolio Reply i'm making a note here, huge sucess 2 agree Reply I absolutely love this! So amazing. We're having companion cube cake toppers, one with a blue heart and one with a red heart. And a friend bought us a companion cube cookie jar as an engagement present and it's going to be out wishing well. …….I've also incorporated some Portal into my vows… Reply Would you be willing to send me a template to show to a designer to have them modified for my own use? I'm in love with these and have been looking for ways to create a Portal invitation and rsvps etc. Id love to be able to have something already created to use or be inspiration. Thanks so much in advance! Krisy at Krisy.Elrod@gmail.com Reply Absolutely amazing!!! I'm in love! Reply I love these! Haven't played Portal just yet but watched my fiance play and he loves it. Any way I could steal this AWESOME idea? Reply Sorry about not responding sooner- hadnt been on in a while! Anyone seeking to use these as a template, please contact Jesse Long via email at TheRealJesseLong@gmail.com and he can help you all out! Reply So….my fiance and I are really hoping to buy these invitations for our wedding this October, but I cannot seem to figure out how to do so. Help?? Reply Hey there, if you look at the comment right above yours you'll see how you can get in contact with the designer. 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. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. 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