Attention, Game Fans! This Wedding Has Monopoly Invites, a Life Cake, and 3D-Printed Lego Bouquets
Board games are nostalgic and a fun way to bring people together, so we love that this couple decided to center their entire wedding theme on them. Sarah and Kristopher met on OkCupid and bonded over their passion for board games. After a year of dating, Kristopher got down on one knee and proposed. To his delight, Sarah said "yes"! The best part is that this all took place during the fireworks display at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World while "Happily Ever After" played.
The pair's game-themed wedding involved incredible DIY decorations that they made with their 3D printers. (Yes, they each have their own 3D printer!) They created wedding invitations as a miniature Monopoly board game with instructions about their wedding, and the RSVP cards were inspired by the "Chance" cards in the game — how cute is that?
The couple got married at Reiter Park in Longwood, FL, with friends and family watching. "During social hour, guests played life-sized board games like Tic-Tac-Toe and Candyland," photographer Haleigh Dunn said. "At each reception table, guests discovered a 3D-printed Lego bouquet with a complete board game to play as centerpieces. Each table also had different colored handmade napkins from Sarah made from fabric from her grandmother."
They had an awesome wedding cake that included decorations from the game Life. Moreover, there were plenty of board games for guests to enjoy and a selfie station with game-themed props. Check out the stunning photos from this one-of-a-kind wedding!