A geeky garden wedding with enough Doctor Who, Stargate, and space references to make you giddy

November 20 2013 |
All photos by Kari Bellamy.

If you could dream up a geeky celebration of love and life set in a garden, you'd probably come close to the wedding that Olivia and James had at The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast in the UK's Great Malvern. These guys had two cakes (one with a Lego Stargate scenario on top and the other was a TARDIS), Olivia wore white Batman-adorned Converse, guests were assigned to a spaceship-labeled table for dinner, and Olivia also carried a TARDIS and a Golden Snitch as her good luck charms.

Did you get all of that? In addition to the mega load of geekery, there are also a lot of whimsical golden-and-pink touches throughout the photos from Kari Bellamy:

















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  1. Oh I love this!!! The couple looks so happy! And I like how that incorporated geekiness without going full-on theme. This is what we want to do also!

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  2. Oh my gosh, that is fantastic! We plan on having a Stargate wedding so to see someone bring it in so elegantly is a real pleasure. What a lovely wedding and gorgeous photography. The smiles say it all. A big thumbs up!

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  3. omg, absolutely amazing!!! the decorations are fantastic, and the couple looks SO HAPPY!!!

    OBB – please do a full feature on this wedding! I would love to hear about the planning process, the ceremony, etc.

    My FH and I are also planning to do spaceship tables instead of numbered tables! (OBB-ers are such proof of the fact that "great minds think alike.") I'm curious what other spaceships there were, and where you got the models from.

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  4. Stargate, Doctor Who AND Batman stuff at a wedding? *fans self*

    This may be my favourite wedding ever (I'm in love with those shoes). And I don't know if it was intentional or not, but the kiss-with-a-dip totally reminded me of 'Window of Opportunity.' 😀

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