Kim Rom, from periperal company SteelSeries, is actually going to use this on top of the cake at his wedding. Bravo.
Reddit user Pheadlessg is to be married on Saturday. His fiancée allowed him one video game-themed gesture at the wedding reception, so he chose to dress these Portal turret figures from ThinkGeek in a bridal veil, hat and bow-tie and use them as cake toppers. Assuming they actually intend to serve one ...
Offbeat Bride brings us the story of Anli and Laura — two Aussie gamer chicks who got hitched September 5th in a Portal- and Revolutionary Girl Utena-themed wedding.
If her "awwww! Yes ... !" reaction doesn't melt your heart, then that little dog jumping and wagging his tail when they kiss will definitely finish you off.
A couple years back, Totilo got himself hitched. Well done, Stephen! To help commemorate his two loves - his missus and video games - he added some gaming touches to his wedding. This weekend, however, I am getting married.
This is the most touching marriage proposal involving the word "motherfucker" - and a spiked baseball bat - I've ever seen. A woman enlisted the help of Fallout's modding community to build a level in which she popped the question.
Valve's Left 4 Dead is useful as both a chilling simulation of the zombie apocalypse and as a tool for encouraging cooperative play in an online shooter. Those and...weddings.
A Florida couple has planned a Halo-themed wedding, and they're trying to keep it on the sly from her traditional-minded parents. But the officiant decked out in Spartan armor will definitely be a giveaway.
Newlyweds Frank and Paige Hackett are gamers, he on his PS3 and SNES (yep), she on her DS and PSP. They're also, in Frank's words, a "short Italian guy and much taller blonde girl." So it would follow that that thing, above, would be the cake at their wedding last weekend. Frank provided us the source pictures and…