Do you want an old-fashioned wedding? Perhaps something prehistoric? Andrea and Simon Bean and Jill and Richard Noble wanted to have a “gay old time” at their nuptials—so they had a “Flintstones” themed double-wedding ceremony. Andrea and Simon dressed up as Fred and Wilma, while Richard and Jill were inspired by Barney and Betty Rubble. I wonder if there were any dinosaurs present among their 165 guests? And if their invitations—chiseled on tablets, natch—had to be delivered via pterodactyl? [Metro]
After the jump, some more TV- and movie-themed weddings for all of you lovebirds out there. Are these yabba dabba doos or yabba dabba don’ts?
|Shrek. It’s not easy being green, but Keith Green made the most of the color at his Shrek-themed wedding to bride Christine. Let’s hope that their offspring come out human color. That’s just makeup, right? [Metro]|
|The Simpsons. Aye carumba! Irish man Gary Paul and his fiancée Paula are planning a Simpsons-themed wedding! The proceedings will even take place at Dublin’s Springfield Hotel. Cheeky! Luckily, Paula is not planning to dye her skin yellow or wear a blue wig. [Yahoo]|
|Star Wars. In order to make a marriage work these days, you need the force to be with you. Can I interest anyone in a Star Wars wedding, like this couple? You can really tell they’re in love because their light sabers are glowing. [Gizmodo]|
|Superheroes. We all dream of marrying a partner who will be our hero, but Tony Lucchese and Sarah LaFore actually made it happen. The couple dressed as Superman and Wonder Woman. Oh and Spider-Man, Aqua Man, and Flash were guests as well. I think it’s safe to say that there were no villains crashing that reception. [Manolo Brides]|