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From realistic tree bark textures, to fan-inspired wedding and engagement rings, these are one of a kind geeky engagement rings and bands that you won’t see ANYWHERE else…
Check this out: a vintage-inspired Star Wars wedding including AT-AT Walker plugs for the groom’s ears, fabulous pink, blue, and purple unicorn hair on the bride, and tons of sci-fi details like a Star Wars tie, LEGO cufflinks, a lightsaber exit, and a Star Wars LEGO cake.
Don’t miss the super cute handbag “bouquets” (with little gloves!), Force choke photo op, puzzle guest book, and C-3PO cut-out photo booth!
Anna and Tanner’s Star Wars wedding featured a Darth Vader selfie station, storm trooper cake toppers, and ALL about the Dark Side. We’re talking Vader masks, Stormtrooper nails, an “I love you, I know” card box, and, of course, a lightsaber battle. They had one of my favorite Yoda-inspired signs ever, too: “To the welcome you are. Sit or sit not, there are no sides.” YES!
Their Star Wars wedding decor was exactly the droids we were looking for. Let’s take a look at their intergalactic awesomeness and geek out…
We love us some photo booths, so if you’re planning to DIY your own at your reception, you’ve got to have a fun backdrop, right? Here are some photo booth backdrops that can be personalized with your names, some that are sci-fi-themed, and a whole lot of sequins and retro fun.
Kerstin and Christian had a gorgeous vow renewal elopement-style in a railway underpass to reaffirm their marriage. For their actual wedding, the couple had to make many compromises, but this time it was all about them. Enter lightsabers, destroying the Death Star during the ceremony, and a toast with Yoda Soda.
Yep, it’s a Star Wars vow renewal in Germany that tickles all our nerdy dreams of an industrial-style wedding. You’ve got to see it…
Kate and Winston crafted up a secular ceremony at their Texas meets New York weddings and included a reading we had to share. It’s a little snippet from the movie Interstellar that sums up what a lot of us feel about love: that it’s all-encompassing and transcends all we know.