You don’t have to have to have the traditional wedding your grandmother wants you to, especially if you are not at all a traditional person. But how do you begin to pull off a nerd wedding? Read below for some tips on having the nerd wedding of your dreams!
If You Like It, Make Sure You Put A Ring On It
Hey, you gotta wear this ring for the rest of your life. Find something that is uniquely you and that you will enjoy wearing for the rest of your life!
There’s More Than One Way to Wear White
You certainly don’t have to wear a big poofy white dress. But if you have to wear white, a White Power Ranger suit is a good start.
Fantastic Footwear and Where to Find Them
Yes, you can nerd up your wedding from your head to your toes. Check out those awesome comic book shoes.
Nerd Up Your Napkins Too
Don’t Hate The Player, Hate the Game (boy)
Invite your guests to watch you give your vows to your Player Two. Give your guests invitations they’ll be sure to keep up with.
Dork Up Your Photos
Traditional wedding poses? Nah! Have some fun! Take the wedding photos that you will want to remember.
Have An Accurate Representation of Your First True Love
Cake toppers are typically boring. Why not show off your love of gaming?
Seat Your Guests At Their Table…Periodically
Yes, even something as seating your guests can be nerdy as well. What a cool idea to have your seating chart be a replica of the Periodic Table.
Hire Some Extra Security
Weddings can get out of hand, with all of the free alchohol and whatnot. However, no one is going to ruin your perfect day on a Stormtrooper’s watch.
Let Them Eat Cake! And Play Games On It Too!
This is a seriously epic video game cake that you can actually play on! Don’t have the extra funds to dish out for this awesome cake? No worries, there are plenty of ways to nerd up your wedding cake!
Sound off in the comments below! What do you guys think of these nerdy suggestions? How do you plan to include nerd elements in your wedding? Any of you nerds out there been there, done that? Tell us your nerdy wedding stories?