As a wedding planner, I have had the privilege of working with many couples who have found love in various ways. But the wedding I am about to describe is one that holds a special place in my heart.
The couple, Hannah and Paul, met through their shared love of video games. They had both been playing an online multiplayer game for years, and it was through a game that they eventually found each other. At first, they were just friends, but as they spent more time playing together and chatting online, their connection deepened, and they realized they had fallen in love.
When Hannah and Paul contacted me, they had already decided that they wanted their wedding to reflect their love of gaming. They wanted to incorporate elements from their favorite games into the decor and the overall theme of the wedding. I was thrilled to work with them on this unique and exciting project.
The wedding vows were done in a beautiful and gigantic Catholic Church with lanterns and flowers added to accommodate the beauty of the ceremony.
The reception was held inside, where we had set up tables which fresh flowers, roses, and lit up lanterns. The centrepieces included lights that lit up every table throughout the night.
As the guests enjoyed a delicious meal, they were entertained by various games that guest participated in for prizes. There was also a photo booth set up with props inspired by different games, which provided endless entertainment and a fun way to capture memories from the special day.
As the night went on, the DJ played game soundtracks and other music that the couple loved. The dance floor was filled with guests dressed in their best. The night ended with a wonderful lantern display in the pond where each lantern had words of advice, love and encouragement written on each one.
Overall, the wedding was a huge success, and it was an honor to help Hannah and Paul bring their gaming-inspired dream wedding to life. It was a beautiful testament to how video games can bring people together in unexpected ways, and how love truly knows no boundaries.