Our wedding was inspired by Game of Thrones. In addition to simply loving the world of A Song of Ice And Fire, Game of Thrones played a major part in our relationship. Our relationship started veering into "dating" territory when we started to play A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. It all spiraled from there. Here’s how we planned our wedding of Ice and Fire…
BilliJo and Chasidie rocked their wedding theme to the fullest: a happily ever after for Maleficent and the Evil Queen, surrounded by other villians of all types, including a Darth Vader officiant!
I could not have been more surprised when, three months after my engagement to Elliott was announced, my usually traditional mom called me and said “How would you feel about a Game of Thrones themed shower?” Elliott and I love the show and we were eagerly awaiting the next season. I was jumping up and down ecstatically when I told her “YES!”
Kevin and Katie met while LARPing, so cosplay and fantasy are all a huge part of who they are. When they got engaged and were starting to plan an engagement shoot with their photographer, Jason, he suggested a Star Wars cosplay engagement session. It was the
robots idea they were looking for.
If the greenery is blooming, the weather is warming, and ren faire season is in full effect, you might be planning a fairy wedding. Fantasy, corsets, flower crowns, and moss are everywhere when it comes to fairy wedding details.
Here’s a big ol’ collection of magical fairy fashion, fairy food, and fairy wedding decor to delight your senses and give you all kinds of inspiration…
The armored corset dress (that I’m on a quest to buy), the silver filigree crown, the groom’s cloak and bandolier, the Moroccan glass star-shaped lanterns for the bridesmaids… I just CAN’T with this wedding. It’s the medieval garb wedding of my fantasy-driven heart. And that’s saying a lot. You just have to see this gorgeous pair and their amazingly dressed guests at this fantasy RPG-themed wedding.