19 Awesome Wedding Ideas For 'Star Wars' Super Fans

We're celebrating May 4th (aka "May the Force Be With You Day") by rounding up the most creative wedding ideas inspired by George Lucas' 1977 sci-fi game-changer.
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We're celebrating May 4th (aka "May the Force Be With You Day") by rounding up the most creative wedding ideas inspired by George Lucas' 1977 sci-fi game-changer.

John and Mindy Doychich battle the Death Star and AT-ATs in this surreal shot, thanks to a little magic we like to call Photoshop.
Here, the bride channeled Darth Vader's "Force Choke" to lift her groom and groomsmen off the ground.
Paul Michael Designs made this incredible ring to match one couple's "fanatical Star Wars enthusiasm."
If you prefer your engagement ring to be more on the traditional side (we don't blame you!), then consider this creative ring box, instead.
Han Solo and Princess Leia's famous saying makes for a sweet ring inscription.
The Force is strong with this one, thanks to his cufflinks.
Use light sabers to create a memorable recessional archway or reception entrance.
Or break them out for a non-traditional engagement photo, like this couple did.
This custom runner by I Do! Aisle Runners features the intro to the intergalactic saga.
Block off certain seats for family members and the bridal party.
In lieu of a traditional guest book, display this print and have guests each sign a star.
From the star mobile to the floral crown to the glittery tablecloth, this Star Wars-inspired shoot nails it.
Reception Décor
Don't forget Yoda!
Use Stormtroopers to guard the door at your rehearsal dinner..
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Just don't blame us if they upstage the bride.
R2-D2 makes a cameo, complete with bow tie.
Include Star Wars props in your photo booth so that guests can get in on the fun, too.
We love that this Death Star confection by Cake Noveau features a decorated cake board.
The Uncommon Cakery made this 26" R2-D2 chocolate-filled masterpiece. Believe it or not, everything but the bow is edible!

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