Facebook loves these guys. How do I know? Well because I sneak peeked a photo of them (with the focus on Jane’s epic Terry Fox wedding dress) and people went crazy for it. Cue the most ‘liked’ wedding photograph on my facebook page ever. 430 (and counting) likes to be precise. Mind = Blown.
So needless to say, I’m assuming there’s a lot of Rock n Roll Bride’s out there eagerly awaiting seeing the rest of this wedding… and just when you thought it couldn’t get any better I have 3 words for you.
Star. Wars. Theme.
And yes.. they we’re married on May 4th. Contained yourself? Then I’ll begin…
Jane & Neil were married at The Maynard, Derbyshire. “We chose ‘Star Wars Day’ as our wedding date as we are both fans of the films, proud to be geeks and it tied in with the ‘geek chic’ theme”, Jane told me. “We were also lucky that it was a Friday before the bank holiday weekend. Plus, how can either of us ever forget our anniversary now? We chose Jon of S6 Photography as our wedding photographer. I knew we were going to hire him as soon as we stepped into his front room and Neil instantly clocked his flat screen tv, PS3 and Xbox 360. Neil is a gadget and gaming geek and the fact that Jon gave a photo presentation on a digital projector (and his awesome dog loved Neil) sealed the deal. It also helps that he does the most amazing photos and we both fell in love with his blog!”
“We were very lucky to find such a perfect venue so close to where we live. The contrast between the old exterior and the modern interior went perfectly with the mix we wanted between traditional glamorous wedding and a funky geek party. The colour scheme of the wedding was purple and silver and the fact that the bridal suit was purple with a red Bakelite phone, similar to the original bat-phone, was just perfect. We also fell in love with the ballroom with its beautiful ceiling, parquet dance floor and purple curtains.”
The geek theme continued throughout the reception. From the Super Mario themed wedding cake to the 8-bit and video game themed stationery. “We introduced the geek theme right from the start with an 8-bit (pixel art) wedding cake design save the date, and an 8-bit bride and groom invite. The seating plan, the menus (which we called The Wedding Manual) and the place cards was handmade by my bridesmaids. The table name theme was ‘iconi