When you and your significant other are both Star Wars fans, you don’t just trade chocolates shaped like hearts and generic floral bouquets. You make Star Wars the focal point of Valentine’s Day. Just like you do every day.
This lovely bouquet is perfect for your Doctor Who themed wedding. It very appropriately has roses made from the pages of Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time and William Goldman’s The Princess Bride. The ribbon is of course a TARDIS blue.
Sure, you could give your sweetie some flowers this Valentine’s Day and make it just like all the rest, but wouldn’t it be better to get her something to celebrate her geeky side? Here, take this Legendary Hero 8-Bit Heart Bouquet.
Suppose the Doctor and River Song got married. This would be River’s bouquet, because you know, that’s her sonic screwdriver as the stem. But in real life this was a human bride’s bouquet that not only features River’s sonic screwdriver, but there are also paper flowers from the pages of a Sherlock Holmes story on top.
How can you liven up the traditional wedding? True quirkiness goes beyond interesting dresses and video game cakes, as one California couple proved with their 8-bit DIY wedding theme. Forget a regular ol’ bouquet. Let’s get pixelated.
When a graphic designer and a video game programmer get married, this is what happens: a profusion of pixels.