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This subtle Link and Zelda wedding inspiration will teleport you to a fancy-pants Hyrule

An ethereal and sophisticated Link and Zelda wedding inspiration shoot? Oh hell yes, sign.us.up. It's always amazing when geeks go super chic. Everything from the leafy paper goods, wooden ocarina, "It's Dangerous to Go Alone. Take This" seating chart, Triforce symbol escort cards, and greens and stone colors everywhere, evoked the Legend of Zelda. Even the rings are Triforce-inspired. Oh, and don't miss the chairs! On the groom's chair is a sign that reads, "My Hero" with inscribed notes to the "Song of Time" and on the bride's, "My Princess" with notes to "Zelda's Lullaby."

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Bring everyone together with these collaborative non-dancing reception activities

"When planning our smaller wedding, we defaulted to dancing as the reception activity since that's usually what happens, but it's not really what we'd do for fun. We'd like to have another kind of activity that brings us together as a community. Any suggestions?"

Non-dancing receptions are becoming pretty common in offbeat circles, so it's no wonder folks are considering different kinds of activities. I scoured our archives and did some brainstorming to see what non-dancing reception activities would bring your guests together. Here are some ideas…

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Vault Boy approves of these gamers' Fallout wedding

Erin and Jordan took a favorite post-apocalyptic video game, Fallout, and rocked it as a killer wedding theme. This Fallout wedding took place at a hundred-year-old clock tower which served as both the ceremony and reception site. Don't miss the Fallout-themed decor like a giant Vault Boy, Nuka-Cola posters and art, cap stashes, bottle caps, Rad-X and Buffout centerpieces, and even an "Enjoy Vault Living" guest book poster.