Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Disney details from Raina & Michelle's wedding

Updated Mar 15 2021
Photos by: Crimson and Clover Photography
Raina + Michelle Finally Married!
Photos by Crimson and Clover

Raina and Michelle had a Jewish wedding in Bellevue, Washington, that was crammed full of the most incredible (and incredibly nerdy) details and references.

These two poured a lot of themselves into their wedding. Michelle spent hours and days and possibly weeks hand-cutting their rainbow ketubah, and they used a copy of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to hold their rings. These two are HUGE Star Wars fans and naturally had to include the series anywhere and everywhere they could.

Check out a sneak peak of geeky wedding photos, shot by our very own Stephanie Kaloi from Offbeat Families and Crimson and Clover PhotographyThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them

Raina + Michelle Harry Potter Love!
Looks like these two took a page from the Harry Potter proposal book and created a ring book that features The Unbreakable Vow chapter of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Raina + Michelle Star Wars Photo Props!

Gotta love Star Wars-themed photo booth props.
Raina + Michelle Disney Cake!
Disney-themed wedding cake, complete with subtle Mickeys adorning the cake.
Raina + Michelle Star Wars DIY Light Sabers!
But check out their DIY lightsaber cake knives. Now that's a new take on these babies.

Raina + Michelle Star Wars Glasses!We promise to get you ALL the details on Raina and Michelle's wedding, in the form of a wedding profile, ASA-fucking-P!

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