Plan Geeky Wedding

Edited by Nerissa Avisado, Lynn, Anonymous, Eng


The Geek may have a reputation of being forever alone - and loveless. But the truth is, the geek falls in love, gets passionate and dreams of getting married too. One of the best things about a geek who wants to level up the relationship with another geek is pulling off an awesome, super-creative, super-nerdy proposal, complete from how to say it, the place and the ring and the finale �" the wedding itself. Wanting something special that you don't see often in traditional weddings? Let's find out how geeky a geek can get when it comes to planning for his own wedding.

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How Lovestruck Geeks Plan for a Geeky Wedding:

The Proposal and the Ring

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    Buy a proposal/engagement ring.
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    There are many options like:
    1. Transformers Decepticon ring
    2. PlayStation 2 ring
    3. Legend of Zelda Triforce ring
    4. D10 ring
    5. Matching Portal engagement ring
    6. Tardis ring
    7. Hello Kitty engagement ring
    8. USB ring
    9. Space Invader ring
    10. Spiderman engagement ring
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    1. A proposal without a ring could be your biggest proposal blunder.
    2. About 57 percent of women will post a photo of the ring on Facebook.
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    Find the right time.
    1. Here is a sure formula that statisticians worked out.
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    2. This equation helps to pinpoint the right time to maximize rewards and minimize costs.
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    Say the words.
    The exact words "Will you marry me?" are what 68 percent of women want to hear. How do geeks say it?  
    1. Say it in Binary
    2. Say it in a QR Code
    3. Say it in ROT13
    4. Say it I Hexadecimal Code
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History of Geeky Proposals

  • April 2008, by a Programming Geek.
    He hacked the game "Bejewelled" so when his girlfriend made a certain score, a marriage proposal appeared on the screen.
  • August, 2008, by a Google Geek. He asked his girlfriend to marry him while holding up a sign on Google Street View.
  • February 2009, by an App Geek. He designed an iPhone app that LED his girlfriend on a <3 shaped scavenger hunt around San Francisco, leading up to a proposal.
  • October 2009, by a Gaming Geek. He proposed to his girlfriend by spelling out "Lisa, Will You Marry Me?" using gold coins in Super Mario.
  • May 2011, by a Film Geek. He made a movie trailer of himself proposing.
  • December 2011, by a Meme Geek.
    He used a series of internet memes to propose to his girlfriend.
  • February 2012, by an Infographic Geek. Using Infographic, he proposes to his girlfriend.
  • March 2012, by a Physics Geek. He proposed by writing a scientific paper.
  • February 2013, by a Social Media Geek. The Facebook geek proposed to a Twitter geek using Twitter and Facebook Graph Search.
  • March 2013, by a Harry Potter Geek.
    Potterhead, for his proposal, used a ring hidden inside a Golden Snitch.
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Geeky Wedding Invitations

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    View Master.
    Peep inside and you can see the wedding entourage, the venue and other details. It comes with the custom photo reel, an insert regarding the event. Ship to the house of each guest.
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    Flip Books.
    Flipping through the pages to see the invitation.
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    Custom Comic Cover.
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    Much cheaper than the View Master or flip book. Animated drawings of the wedding invitation on the front cover of the comics.
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    A Full Comic Book.
    This is a more modern comic book format. A writer is commissioned to write the script of the couple's love story and the invitation and turn it into a multi-page comic book.
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    Photo Comics.
    Actual photos are used to depict the love story invitation. It also comes with matching comic-styled RSVP cards, directions and is enclosed in envelopes.
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    Meme Comics.
    A choice for geeks with many interests. Have your invitation drawn incorporating every favorite thing you like.
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    Mario's Level or End Scene.
    The best part of all Mario level is when Mario jumps up the flag to save Princess Peach. This scene is a wonderful way to convey your guests to save the wedding date.
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    8-Bit Invites.
    Made into interactive design showing the bride and groom coming out of a Mario-style pipe and a game over screen with wedding info as you pull the ribbon on the card. There is an extra geeky bonus �" the RSVP card that includes a blank box for guest to draw a superhero before replying.
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    The scene shows Pacman and Mrs Pacman tying the knot with the confused ghosts watching around.
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The Outfits and Wedding Attire

More and more, brides and grooms are opting for fun-themed weddings.


Here are some great Geek wedding outfits.

  • Hello Kitty
  • Sci-fi like Firefly, Doctor Who and Star Wars
  • Final Fantasy 4
  • LED lights embroidered gown and suit
  • Zombie
  • Futuristic or atomic age
  • Lord of the Rings
  • Mermaid
  • Disney Fairy Tale Princesses and Prince Outfits
  • Super Mario and Princess Peach

The Wedding Party

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    Wedding Cake.
    This can be the ultimate way for the couple to show their hardcore dedication to games, figures, and other geeky things they love.  
    1. Cake Themes:  
      1. Edible computer cake
      2. Star Wars nuptial Cake
      3. Other geeky film-inspired cakes like back to the Future, Star Trek, Alien, and Stargate
      4. Cake toppers: King Kong, Star Wars, and Disney characters
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    The Guests.
    The guests can dress up according to the wedding theme (dress code) which is mentioned in the invitation.
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The Ceremony, Including Vows

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    The Music:
    Walking down the aisle to different music. Many geeks are bored with the traditional Bridal March. Examples of a little less traditional wedding music �"  
    1. Groomsmen Processional �" The Mad Man with a Box (Doctor Who)
    2. Grooms Processional �" I am the Doctor (Doctor Who)
    3. Bridesmaid Processional �" Main Title/Locutus (Star Trek/ First Contact)
    4. Bride's Processional �" The Fellowship Reunited (Lord of the Rings: Return of the King).
    5. Recessional �" Main Theme (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
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    Wedding Vows are lines or dialogues from their favorite movies.
    1. "I will never leave you. That's a promise." (Aliens)
    2. "The world is indeed full of peril and
      In it there are many dark places.
      But still there is much that is fair. </b> And though in all lands, love is now mingled with grief,
      It still grows, perhaps, the greater." �"Haldir
      I would rather share one lifetime with you
      Than face all the ages of this world along". �" Arwen
      (Lord of the Rings)
    3. "It seems to me that the best relationships, the ones that last,
      are frequently the ones that are rooted in friendship.
      You know, one day you look at the person and
      you see something more than you did the night before.
      Like a switch has been flicked somewhere.
      And the person who was just a friend is…
      suddenly the only person you can ever imagine yourself with".
      Dana Scully
    4. Wedding I Dos. Groom: "I Yabba Dabba Do!"
    5. iPad Wedding. Usually, the one officiating the wedding is holding a book. The geek couple feels it a little outdated and upgrades to an iPad.
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    The Venue
    1. Library
    2. Museum
    3. Mountain Range
    4. Farm
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    It follows if you attend a Geek wedding that you also have a geek wedding gift for the happy couple. Suggested gifts are:  
    1. Geek heart emoticon (<3) with stand made of steel
    2. Towel set emblazoned with the words "Don't Panic"
    3. Glassware or champagne set with symbols of the wedding theme
    4. Dinnerware set, with theme
    5. Bedding set featuring the couple's favorite characters
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Tips, Tricks and Warnings

  • If you are planning a geek wedding of your own, make sure you are prepared. Do your research and take a look at other geek weddings.
  • If you want a venue that normally is not for weddings, call them. It may end up cheaper and more unique.
  • Shop online. You may find the last of your decor and other things needed available even cheaper than anywhere else.
  • Plan not just for your wedding, but also for your marriage. Make sure you actually want to be stuck with your geek spouse for the rest of your life.
  • Don't forget the priest.
  • If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.


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