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A Little Nintendo Goes a Long Way at Weddings

by Alisha K.
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It’s easy to overdo themed weddings. But a few simple thematic touches–say, a little Nintendo here and there–can go a long way toward personalizing that special day. I’m not sure about elaborate headgear, but a tiny Mario on a tag, say, like the one at Scott and Allison Shackelford’s wedding? Perfectly classy.

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Though I can’t say for sure, I’d be willing to bet that’s the groom’s cake (but there isn’t another cake in the pictures available, so maybe not!), but the little Mario and Peach on the tag–that’s adorable. A nice nod to happy couples everywhere… even those who are sometimes made of pixels.

There was another Nintendo tag, too… on the bride’s garter! See, there’s a little controller.

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I’m guessing that’s meant to symbolize all the groom’s favorite things in one place. Well played, Mr. Shackelford.

[via GoNintendo]

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