10 Crazy ‘Star Wars’-Themed Weddings

Slave Leia's Been Ordained?
Slave Leia's Been Ordained?
We always knew Admiral Ackbar and Mon Mothma were close... but not this close. Also, many clergymen wear distinctive collars, but very few actually wear bondage collars attached to a chain.
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Aren't Jedi Forbidden to Marry?
Aren't Jedi Forbidden to Marry?
Like Anakin Skywalker before him, this Padawan rebels against the Jedi Order's vow of celibacy when he gets married. Like Padmé in Attack of the Clones, his bride wears a traditional Naboo headdress. Now all they need is Lake Como for a backdrop!
Pat Mateo and Owee Salva
A Jedi-Sith Wedding
A Jedi-Sith Wedding
What if Yoda and Vader were never enemies after all, and that hostility was just sexual tension?
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Lightsabers Are the New Rings
Lightsabers Are the New Rings
This couple decided to go a little bit more tasteful for their Star Wars wedding. The bride's dress is cut along Naboo lines, while the guy doesn't actually appear to channel that Galaxy Far, Far Away at all, other than his lightsaber. Unless that's also supposed to be an Anakin Skywalker circa Attack of the Clones look? Do Jedi wear dress shoes?
Pat Dy/patdyphotography.com
Is This 'Star Wars' or 'Game of Thrones'?
Is This 'Star Wars' or 'Game of Thrones'?
And now for the creepiest thing you'll see all day: a groom dressed as the Emperor being wedded to a bride dressed like Princess Leia. Maybe the presence of all those stormtroopers indicates it's a shotgun wedding, because this match could never happen — should never happen — unless at blaster-point.
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Stormtroopers Are Festive!
Stormtroopers Are Festive!
You can just hear John Williams' "Imperial March" playing as the bride walks down the aisle, can't you? But why is this otherwise all-Imperial wedding party entertaining the presence of that Rebel scum, R2-D2?
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This Could Be Star Wars' Red Wedding...
This Could Be Star Wars' Red Wedding...
Now this is an all-Jedi affair crashed by two stormtroopers. Have they made peace? Or have the stormtroopers crashed the nuptials with the intent of carrying out Order 66 and gunning down all the Jedi in sight?
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The Gang's All Here!
The Gang's All Here!
Forget about all that Galactic Civil War nonsense. This is a time for both sides to lay down their burdens and party hard. Though we do notice that the groom is packing a blaster just in case hostilities break out...
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What Exactly Is Happening Here?
What Exactly Is Happening Here?
This seems like a fairly pedestrian Star Wars ceremony with a Jedi entourage, until you look at the feet of the bride and groom. Are they shackled together with a ball and chain? Are they being led off to the Great Pit of Carkoon?
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Duncan and Sammi Star Wars Wedding
Duncan and Sammi Star Wars Wedding
Finally, a Wookiee! You can celebrate both a wedding and Life Day at once. Just as long as no one suggests playing dejarik. It'd be unfortunate if the Wookiee pulled the arms of one of your guests out of their sockets.
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