Post # 17
Our table numbers were on blackboards since my husband is a teacher, but they were also named after Breweries we enjoy going too.
Our unity ceremony was combining one of his favorite beers and one of my favorite ciders.
Our guest book was a letter that everyone signed and it’s hanging on our wall now.
Post # 18
- Wedding: April 2017 - City, State
Our tables were named after important locations in our relationship (place we went on first date, etc.) Also Dh and I met playing video games together so we tied the game into the wedding through music (all of the ceremony music was from the game but it was all instrumental and if you didn’t play the game you wouldn’t recognize it wasn’t regular music) and we had a few themed drinks tied to the game. We kept the nods subtle but it was important for us to have that incorporated.
Post # 19
We had pokemon music, courtesy of my husband.
Post # 20
I love the coffee idea, these sound awesome 😀
Post # 21
A guestbook that can be displayed is brilliant, its probably something that otherwise wouldn’t get looked at much. I will probably use ours as a display book to try aviod it sitting in its own dust somewhere.
We are doing this too! a lot of the music during dinner is from videogames we love
Post # 22
My bouquet was all chicken feathers… sourced safely 🙂
Post # 23
We had an extremely tiny wedding & didn’t really have a recurring theme per say, but our cake topper was a customized Lego bride+groom figure set. They now reside in our Lego Christmas Village each year during the holidays😊
Post # 24
My husband is a huge Star Wars fan so we walked into some Star Wars song (not sure which one bc Im not a fan), our cake topper was Star Wars themed, and our glasses had that quote “I love you….I know” I dipped milk bones with yogurt for people to take to their dogs bc ours were part of the ceremony!
Post # 25
We had a book theme for our reception! Our tables were named after books, we had piles of books as the centrepieces (with flowers on top of each pile), the favours were boxes shaped like books and painted, with a couple of chocolates (from the candy store outside which DH and I first mey), and a tiny scroll of a quote from a book which I had selected for each guest.
Our cake had a Jane Austen figurine (my favourite author), a Joker figurine (for DH) and a tricolour Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine (representing our dog Lady). Our seating chart had the tables laid out but in the silhouette of open books with the name of the table at the top and the guests’ names on each ‘page’.
Touches for our ceremony: we had the Jurassic Park theme playing as the guests and the boys entered, we had the Pride and Prejudice theme (BBC version of course!) playing as we signed the registry and the box we had the rings in was one I got custom made with Tale as Old as Time on it (from my favourite Disney movie, Beauty and the Beast) with our wedding date inside.
Post # 27
Sorry it only seems to let it go through with one photo per post!
Post # 28
We has a subtle star wars wedding where we incorporated little things in every chance we got, it was just a tiny little wedding so it was pretty easy for us. Cake topper, wedding bouquet and boutonnieres made of star wars comics, favours had our favourite quotes on them and we had some flowers made for the table made from the same comics, lettering for decor was in the star wars font, plus some other things I can’t even recall at the moment lol. There’s lots of fun ways to incorporate the nerdiness without it being overwhelming 🙂
Post # 29
- Wedding: February 2020 - Carlisle PA
I feel like we had a pretty generic wedding, tbh! But we did use the vows from Witcher 3 – my husband loves that game, he even has a quen tattoo