Star Trek weddings are more popular than you think – whether it be couples using a star trek cake topper or wearing full out costumes, there are fun ways for any Trekkie fan to have a Star Trek wedding.
The Venue - Get married aboard Cruise-Trek. Destinations and itinerary change yearly so plan a head. Sail with other Trekkie fans, meet actors who worked on Star Trek and have fun dressing up. - Star Trek: The experience has been the host to many Star Trek weddings. Get married by the Captain himself aboard a space ship; although closed down, it is expected to re-open in 2010 in the Neonopolis mall in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Attire - Dress up the little ones (ring bearer, flower girl, junior bridesmaid/groomsmen) as Ensigns. - Have a Star Trek uniform or captain outfit for your officiate. - Have the bride wear ornate and glittery jewellery, Including a head piece. - Have bridesmaids dressed in red. - Have guests and bridal party dress as Star Trek aliens, for example, Vulcans, Klingons, Orions etc.
The Ceremony - Play music from Star Trek soundtracks, as a suggestion try "Hill of the Skull" by Joe Satriani, album "Surfing with the Alien." Listen to the music - Use vows from the Klingon wedding in Deep Space Nine: Officiate:HUSBAND’S NAME Does your heart beat only for this woman? Response: Yes.
Officiate:HUSBAND’S NAME And will you swear to join with her and stand with her against all who would oppose you? Response: I swear. Officiate:WIFE’s NAME does your heart beat only for this man? Response: Yes. Officate:WIFE’S NAME And will you swear to join with him and stand with him against all who would oppose you? Response: I swear. The Reception - Use Klingon blood wine cups to drink champagne. - Serve “Romulan Ale” by adding blue food colouring to champagne. - Decorate the cake like the Starship Enterprise. - Use a Star Trek toy (space ship or character) as a cake topper. - Make your own Vulcan Wedding Cake – check out how to make your own Vulcan Wedding Cake
Congratulations on your Star Trek Wedding. May you live long and prosper.
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