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** There is a sci-fi cosplay wedding.

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** There is a sci-fi cosplay wedding. It gets crashed by Jeremy Bullock, who originally played [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack Boba Fett]].


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->'''Emily:''' I know that in a million years, you would never let me plan your wedding. I gave up on that dream a long time ago. Yours was going to be a Russian winter theme. The Romanovs.\\
'''Lorelai:''' Before the firing squad, I assume?\\
'''Emily:''' Snow white roses, trees with white lights and candles, snow everywhere, you arriving in a silver sleigh with white horses.\\
'''Lorelai:''' Wow.
-->-- ''Series/GilmoreGirls''


Compare with FunInTheFuneral, a similar traditional ceremony laced with intentional whimsy.

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Compare with FunInTheFuneral, CheerfulFuneral, a similar traditional ceremony laced with intentional whimsy.


* ''{{Superstore}}'': Episode "Sandra's Wedding" presents Sandra and Jerry's wedding. They're both from Hawaii and opt for a nautical theme. However, their venue is called Cowboy Charlie's Old West Steakhouse so the decor is a mix of western ''and'' nautical. Sayid wears a western costume, though majority of guests wear formal clothes, women sporting mostly blue tones. Sayid is convinced others will look stupid once bride and groom show up in their western garb.

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* ''{{Superstore}}'': ''Series/{{Superstore}}'': Episode "Sandra's Wedding" presents Sandra and Jerry's wedding. They're both from Hawaii and opt for a nautical theme. However, their venue is called Cowboy Charlie's Old West Steakhouse so the decor is a mix of western ''and'' nautical. Sayid wears a western costume, though majority of guests wear formal clothes, women sporting mostly blue tones. Sayid is convinced others will look stupid once bride and groom show up in their western garb.

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* ''{{Superstore}}'': Episode "Sandra's Wedding" presents Sandra and Jerry's wedding. They're both from Hawaii and opt for a nautical theme. However, their venue is called Cowboy Charlie's Old West Steakhouse so the decor is a mix of western ''and'' nautical. Sayid wears a western costume, though majority of guests wear formal clothes, women sporting mostly blue tones. Sayid is convinced others will look stupid once bride and groom show up in their western garb.


* ''Series/GilmoreGirls'': Liz and TJ's Wedding is renaissance-themed because they travel together selling Liz's jewellery at RenaissanceFair. Men wear vaguely old-timey clothes and tights, women have dresses and flower crowns. Though some choose to have normal formal wear. The music is fitting the period, too. People of Stars Hollow find it surprisingly sweet.

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* ''Series/GilmoreGirls'': ''Series/GilmoreGirls'':
** Discussed when Emily mentions her imaginary plans for her daughter Lorelai's wedding because she knows Lorelai won't ever let her plan her wedding. It was going to be a Russian royal winter theme, with snow-white roses, trees decorated with white lights and candles, with snow everywhere. Lorelai would arrive in a silver sleigh pulled by white horses. Given how much Lorelai loves winter and first snow, Emily absolutely ''nailed'' it.
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Liz and TJ's Wedding is renaissance-themed because they travel together selling Liz's jewellery at RenaissanceFair. Men wear vaguely old-timey clothes and tights, women have dresses and flower crowns. Though some choose to have normal formal wear. The music is fitting the period, too. People of Stars Hollow find it surprisingly sweet.

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Subtrope of ThemedParty.


** One episode of had an ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''-themed wedding get crashed by robbers who shot and killed the groom. [[spoiler:Accidentally, as it turned out. The robbers' guns were loaded with blanks but [[RecklessGunUsage the killer put the barrel to a button on the groom's hat and the blast propelled it into his skull]].]]
** Another episode involved the VictimOfTheWeek being found buried in the desert at the very edge of the perimeter of Area51 and [[MistakenForAliens being mistaken for an alien]] at first because of his clothes and unusual bone structure (from a congenital disease) before the investigators figured out that he was one of the masters of ceremonies of an alien-styled marriage chapel. His friend (who had buried the man after killing him accidentally, because he knew that was the man's last wishes) was the master of ceremonies of a rival Elvis-styled chapel.

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** One episode of had has an ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''-themed wedding get crashed by robbers who shot and killed the groom. [[spoiler:Accidentally, as it turned turns out. The robbers' guns were loaded with blanks but [[RecklessGunUsage the killer put the barrel to a button on the groom's hat and the blast propelled it into his skull]].]]
** Another One episode involved involves the VictimOfTheWeek being found buried in the desert at the very edge of the perimeter of Area51 and [[MistakenForAliens being mistaken for an alien]] at first because of his clothes and unusual bone structure (from a congenital disease) before the investigators figured out that he was one of the masters of ceremonies of an alien-styled marriage chapel. His friend (who had buried the man after killing him accidentally, because he knew that was the man's last wishes) was the master of ceremonies of a rival Elvis-styled chapel.



* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', when Monica contemplates marrying millionaire Pete Rachel has a suggestion...

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* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', when Monica contemplates marrying her millionaire Pete boyfriend Pete, Rachel has a suggestion...suggestion... money-themed wedding.



* The higher-ups of the ''Series/TheGoodPlace'''s CelestialBureaucracy seem to have a distaste for this trope. A couple gets negative points for having a themed wedding, and even more if it's ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''-themed.
* ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' features a few. One is a sci-fi cosplay wedding, and another has everyone dressed in camo (including the bride) and the minister is wearing a deer costume.

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* The higher-ups of the ''Series/TheGoodPlace'''s CelestialBureaucracy seem to have a distaste for this trope.themed weddings. A couple gets negative points for having a themed wedding, and even more if it's ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''-themed.
* ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' features a few. One ''Series/WorldsDumbest'':
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is a sci-fi cosplay wedding, and another wedding.
** One wedding
has everyone dressed in camo (including the bride) and the minister is wearing a deer costume.costume.
* ''Series/GilmoreGirls'': Liz and TJ's Wedding is renaissance-themed because they travel together selling Liz's jewellery at RenaissanceFair. Men wear vaguely old-timey clothes and tights, women have dresses and flower crowns. Though some choose to have normal formal wear. The music is fitting the period, too. People of Stars Hollow find it surprisingly sweet.

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* ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' features a few. One is a sci-fi cosplay wedding, and another has everyone dressed in camo (including the bride) and the minister is wearing a deer costume.


''[[Music/PurpleRainAlbum Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to together through this thing called life. Electric word life it means forever an--]]'' wait, that can't be right... it is? Oh yeah, I forgot this was the Music/{{Prince}}-themed wedding. That explains why the bridesmaids are dressed like Maya and Nandy.

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''[[Music/PurpleRainAlbum "''[[Music/PurpleRainAlbum Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to together through this thing called life. Electric word life it means forever an--]]'' wait, that can't be right... it is? Oh yeah, I forgot this was the Music/{{Prince}}-themed wedding. That explains why the bridesmaids are dressed like Maya and Nandy. \n "



Some people prefer to forgo the old ways in favor of something whimsical. It depends on those that marry, their friends and family, where the wedding will be held, ''when'' the wedding will be held, etc. Maybe a British couple [[AmericansAreCowboys goes to America for a wedding where everybody is dressed like cowboys]] and eat cake made of corn-dodgers and Ranch Style beans, or an Alaskan lesbian couple dresses like aliens and astronauts for a wedding in the UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}} Space Needle. Or maybe a polyamorous group of twenty strips naked and are married off by a clown priest in Pleasant Valley. Wacky, wacky!

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Some people prefer to forgo the old ways in favor of something whimsical. It depends on those that marry, their friends and family, where the wedding will be held, ''when'' the wedding will be held, etc. Sometimes the bride will wear [[UnconventionalWeddingDress something out of the norm]]. Maybe a British couple [[AmericansAreCowboys goes to America for a wedding where everybody is dressed like cowboys]] and eat cake made of corn-dodgers and Ranch Style beans, or an Alaskan lesbian couple dresses like aliens and astronauts for a wedding in the UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}} Space Needle. Or maybe a polyamorous group of twenty strips naked and are married off by a clown priest in Pleasant Valley. Wacky, wacky!


''[[Film/PurpleRain Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to together through this thing called life. Electric word life it means forever an--]]'' wait, that can't be right... it is? Oh yeah, I forgot this was the Music/{{Prince}}-themed wedding. That explains why the bridesmaids are dressed like Maya and Nandy.

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''[[Film/PurpleRain ''[[Music/PurpleRainAlbum Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to together through this thing called life. Electric word life it means forever an--]]'' wait, that can't be right... it is? Oh yeah, I forgot this was the Music/{{Prince}}-themed wedding. That explains why the bridesmaids are dressed like Maya and Nandy.

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* In an ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' mini-story "Duncan's Wedding", BraveScot Duncan [=McSmurf=] and his bride Brenda [=McSmurfette=] got a Scottish clan themed wedding, with the male Smurfs all dressed in kilts and bearing swords, with the marriage vows being more of treaty being confessed between two parties seeking an alliance with each other in war.
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* The higher-ups of the ''Series/TheGoodPlace'''s CelestialBureaucracy seem to have a distaste for this trope. A couple gets negative points for having a themed wedding, and even more if it's ''Literature/LordOfTheRings''-themed.

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* The higher-ups of the ''Series/TheGoodPlace'''s CelestialBureaucracy seem to have a distaste for this trope. A couple gets negative points for having a themed wedding, and even more if it's ''Literature/LordOfTheRings''-themed.''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''-themed.


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->''"We are gathered here today to mourn a great loss. Peggy, Edgar. Your single life is dead. [''Crowd chuckles and applauds''] But your life of wedded bliss is just beginning."''
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