Vault Boy approves of these gamers' Fallout wedding

March 7 2017 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Brilliant Imagery
Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding
Photos by Brilliant Imagery

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.

There was some rain, so out came some cute Fallout-colored umbrellas and rain boots. At least we all know war love never changes.

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game-themed wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

Vault Boy approves of this gamer Fallout video game wedding

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Photography: Brilliant Imagery • Museum: The Benicia Clock Tower • Dress: Aisle Be There dress from Modcloth

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    • The dress is stunning and you look absolutely beautiful.
      I had a great big geek out looking at these photos. I looove Fallout – everything looks awesome! Congratulations. Xx

    • It could be the Lindybop dress beacuse on the ModCloth site it states that the dress is imported and ModCloth changes the name on the clothes that they sell thats from other brands. I have the Lindybop dress and they look identical. No matter where its from its a beautiful dress!!!!

    • I updated the post to reflect that you got your dress from Modcloth, but Sarapara nails it: it's the same dress! 😀

      • Same pattern, different fabric composition. The LindyBop dress is 100% polyester. The Candice Gwinn version of the dress (available through ModCloth and TrashyDiva) is a Cotton Poly Blend, and breathes quite a bit better.

        I bought both and ended up keeping the ModCloth version because I liked it more.

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