Geeky, Gorgeous Wedding
December 1, 2009
And I mean geeky in the BEST way possible! I am a huge geek fan (and I even married one myself) Emma & Daniel had their very own geek fest wedding incorporating everything they love – gadgets, games, Japanese culture…and CAKE (seriously this sounds like my husbands dream wedding!)
Emma looked beeeautiful in her Benjamin Roberts dress and Rocket Dog shoes, especially when she walked down the aisle to the Edward Scissorhands theme and out to Star Wars! The Star Wars theme even continued to the cake with the Hans Solo and Princess Leia cake toppers.
They also had a wonderful super 8 film made which I can not wait to see (and blog) very soon!
Thanks to Emma & Daniel for being so geeky and gorgeous!
Kevin Smith Photography
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