The Buyer's Guide to Doctor Who Wedding Accessories

Categories: Doctor Who
If you're going for a more traditional cake, there's still no reason you can't add a little Doctor to it. Over on DeviantArt, Stormsong0702 can hook you up with a Dalek bride and groom to exterminate anyone that might take advantage of that whole "Speak now or forever hold your peace" thing. The set was inspired by a friend's daughter, who constructed two Daleks out of salt and pepper shakers during an evening out.

When its time to toast your love you'll want to spend your money on a set of TARDIS blue goblets hand-engraved by the fine people at Glass Goddess. At only $48.50, with a seven day turnaround time. It would be almost criminal not to buy a pair.

Am I the only guy that really doesn't get the whole garter thing? You fumble under your wife's dress with both of your families watching only to remove an undergarment. Whole thing seems silly to me, but here's a great chance to fulfill the equally silly "something blue" superstition. The maker wore one herself to complement her husband's K-9 cuff links.

Here's an amazing DIY bouquet that any geek would cripple their own sister to catch. Combining book page roses from the folks at Bookworm Eats Flower with the easily available version of the sonic screwdriver that River Song used in Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead. All you need is a little tasteful lacing, and you're good to go.

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Hanabi-chan topcommenter

I love it!  All this Doctor Who wedding stuff just warms this geeky girl's heart.

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