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A “Princess Bride” Themed Wedding? As You Wish!

Nicole and David knew they wanted theirĀ mawwiage to be something really special–so they turned their wedding into a big “Princess Bride” party, complete with bride and groom costumes, a groomsman dressed as Miracle Max, peanuts, swordplay, and potentially poisoned wine. I usually don’t like themed weddings, but I must say, I’m really digging this one. See a few more shots from the ceremony after the jump, and then check out all the details over at Offbeat Bride! Keep reading »

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I Yabba Dabba Doo: A “Flintstones” Wedding, And Other TV-Themed Nuptials

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? Keep reading »

Couple Holds Wacky Willy Wonka-Style Wedding

Fans of Candy Land rejoice! This weekend the featured wedding in the New York Times might be one of the quirkiest we’ve seen yet. Held in Dylan’s Candy Bar, Michelle Rosen and David Zornitsky had a candy-themed ceremony as a nod to how the couple met—over a package of Gummi Bears. To show how sweet they are on each other, the space was tricked out to resemble a Disneyland ride — with a lollipop-tree lined aisle, a canopy of Whirly Pops, and a bouquet of cupcakes. The bride wore a dress from “Project Runway” created from Hershey’s and Kit Kat wrappers. Guests noshed on candy sushi, and the first dance was to “Sugar, Sugar.” We think we just got a toothache. [New York Times] Keep reading »

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