The Day the Dinos Met The Death Star

December 16, 2011

A while back we told you about Dorian and Lynn, their Millennium Falcon wedding cake and its Bounty Hunter guard.  Well, we promised you some more and more there is!

We offer this wedding as a perfect example of how to take the things you love and incorporate them into a ceremony and reception that is truly yours and yours alone.   For Dorian and Lynn, that meant choosing to get married at the the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

Dressing up in clothing and accessories that rocked their respective worlds:

Getting married smack-dab in front of a T-Rex!

Incorporating references to Jurassic Park, Star Wars, World of Warcraft, Serenity and Battlestar Galactica into their ceremony and reception.

And choosing the museum diorama that most resembled the planet Hoth as the perfect location for their wedding cake.

Around Rebel Belle Headquarters, we nicknamed this wedding the “Dino/Star Wars Wedding” – but, to be honest, that isn’t quite right.  It’s not just Dino, not just Star Wars – and both doesn’t even do it justice.  This wedding can only be Dorian and Lynn’s spectacular wedding.  And THAT is what made it so darn cool!

Photography by Matt Miller and Jennifer Emerling, Our Labor of Love

(Read more about this wedding on Offbeat Bride!)

Post Script: Sometimes, when you’re really lucky, surprising friendships can develop out of a wedding vendor relationship.  Usually that involves getting together again for dinner or drinks.  Here is a far more interesting example that we never saw coming.  It turns out our Bounty Hunter is also an accomplished trapeze artist and, months after recruiting this man to guard her cake, watch as the bride takes her first lesson and trusts her wedding Bounty Hunter with her life:   

The Bride and The Bounty Hunter