January 7th, 2013

Board Game Wedding, Fall 2012

Here are the photos from that fabulously fun wedding in the fall.  The bride and groom are committed game players.  They even met at a game night, so that was the theme of their wedding.  All of these photos are by Johnny Knight.

The board game theme started with the place cards, each with a game marker piece.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

The board game theme started with the place cards, each with a game marker piece. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Ganesh was seen presiding over the ceremony.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Ganesh was seen presiding over the ceremony. Photo by Johnny Knight.

The guests assembled for the ceremony in the main room at Carnivale.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

The guests assembled for the ceremony in the main room at Carnivale. Photo by Johnny Knight.

The game theme carried over to the guest book.  Guests were encouraged to be creative with their entries.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

The game theme carried over to the guest book. Guests were encouraged to be creative with their entries. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Flowers by Keith Davis of k.e.d. design defined the aisle.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Flowers by Keith Davis of k.e.d. design defined the aisle. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Here comes the bride.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Here comes the bride. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Note the bridesmen and groomsmaids.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Note the bridesmen and groomsmaids. Photo by Johnny Knight.

One vow for each partner was determined by the roll of a six-sided die.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

One vow for each partner was determined by the roll of a six-sided die. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Each centerpiece was a different board game, and the table "numbers" were the names of the games.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Each centerpiece was a different board game, and the table "numbers" were the names of the games. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Bittersweet Bakery created a cake as colorful as the rest of the wedding.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Bittersweet Bakery created a cake as colorful as the rest of the wedding. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Here's how one of the tables looked.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Here's how one of the tables looked. Photo by Johnny Knight.

And this is how the room looked when it was set up for the reception.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

And this is how the room looked when it was set up for the reception. Photo by Johnny Knight.

The bride and groom are introduced.  The bride's gown was made by Veronica Sheaffer.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

The bride and groom are introduced. The bride's gown was made by Veronica Sheaffer. Photo by Johnny Knight.

The groom's cakes (also from Bittersweet) were a surprise from the bride.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

The groom's cakes (also from Bittersweet) were a surprise from the bride. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Not being avid dancers, the bride and groom asked their wedding party to do the "first dance."  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Not being avid dancers, the bride and groom asked their wedding party to do the "first dance." Photo by Johnny Knight.

Even the card box was in the shape of a six-sided die.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Even the card box was in the shape of a six-sided die. Photo by Johnny Knight.

Finally, there was a proper send-off.  Photo by Johnny Knight.

Finally, there was a proper send-off. Photo by Johnny Knight.