Here’s a World of Warcraft Horde wedding ceremony, in the heart of the enemy faction’s capital city, in Stormwind Cathedral.
I’ve seen a handful of video-game-themed marriage proposals in my day, but this one takes the cake.
As if weddings weren't sweet enough.
While his/her loved one was in the shower, a Redditor patched her computer's version of FTL: Faster Than Light to turn it into a marriage proposal with multiple dialog options:
Jen and Nick didn't meet online, but they've developed their relationship through playing World of Warcraft together. So as their relationship grew, they finally decided to build their entire wedding—a real one, not one in Stormwind's Cathedral Square—around WoW.
Sweet and adorable, too! If you plan on getting married, may I suggest doing something like this?
Josiahx was recently married, and decided to do something a little different for his wedding photo. Like turn the celebration into a zombie apocalypse story.
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku is incredibly short and even more sweet, as commenter batman4million ask for suggestions of video game music that won't aggro his guests at his wedding after party.
Kotaku reader Ben and his special someone Bethany were recently married in Indianapolis, and as you can probably tell by the fact I'm writing about this on the site, they didn't just have a normal wedding.
When reader Simon got married recently, he wanted there to be a little surprise for his new bride. So he and a few friends sat down, took a knife to the Scott Pilgrim game and ended up with this little clip which played after the ceremony.
Reader Ryan sends us this shot of a cake from the wedding of his friends Pete and Mary. Note that this was the bride's cake, and not the groom's. Good going, Pete!
Iowa's Bobbi VanZante and Elijah Slagter are in love. With each other, and with a mushroom-eating plumber. Their wedding's theme? Mario.
A fellow in Sweden recently got married. "Naturally I wanted something special for the wedding march," he writes, "and to surprise the guests it starts with the classic piece by Wagner but then goes over to Zelda."
If I ever get married again, I hope my future wife is at least half as amazing as "Bride of a True Geek," who sends pictures and a delicious description of the wedding cake she had made for her husband-to-be.
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.