'Star Wars' Wedding Ideas Perfect for May the Fourth
It's May the fourth, aka: Star Wars Day. On this day, Star Wars fans big and small come together to celebrate one of the most epic sagas in history. But if one day a year isn't enough for you, nothing says you can't include some classic movie details in your wedding day (or weekend!). From creative groom's cakes to a light sabor ceremony exit, check out how true Star Wars fans throw a wedding.
Want the force to be with you at the altar? A pair of Star Wars cufflinks are the perfect, subtle detail.
Lego Star Wars Character Boutonnieres
Give each of your groomsmen a different Star Wars Lego character to don with their boutonnieres. (Save the best for the groom, of course!)
Lego Star Wars Centerpieces with Succulents
Pedestal bowls filled with sand make for the perfect Lego Luke and Leia getaway scene, leaving a pair of stormtroopers in the dust.
A Full-Sized R2D2 Groom's Cake
A groom's cake is the perfect low-key detail to go crazy with. It doesn't have to reflect the wedding theme or colors, so if an R2D2 cake is what you want, an R2D2 cake is what you should get!
'Star Wars' Customized Wine Bottles
Customize wine labels to round out the cinematic theme. Place them on the bar, or use one bottle on each table to designate a table label coordinated with the seating charts.
'Star Wars' Light Saber Tunnel Ceremony Exit
Imagine walking out of your wedding ceremony as newlyweds under a tunnel of light sabers. Basically, it's the ultimate ceremony exit.
Rustic 'Star Wars' Location Sign
Make a sign with a bunch of fictional locations including Tatooine, Luke Skywalker's home planet in Star Wars.
"May the force be with you" Star Wars Garter Belt
Surprise your partner with an unexpected garter belt, nodding to his favorite Star Wars phrase, like "May the force be with you."
R2D2 Photo Booth Prop Hat
A load of props always makes for a fun photo booth. Add some quirky accessories like light sabers, a Darth Vader mask or R2D2 hat.
A Classic Ivory 'Star Wars' Wedding Cake
At first glance, this classic ivory wedding cake seems like any other all-white formal cake, until you see the Death Star and rebel pilots make an appearance.
Don't want to dedicate an entire wedding cake to a Star Wars theme? Opt for a couple of Han Solo and Leia cake toppers.