Inspiration For A Seriously Inventive Game Of Thrones-Themed Wedding

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By Stefania Sainato

Based on the best-selling series by George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones follows the leaders of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros in their quest for total domination. Check out some of our favorite weddings with details culled from the spellbinding visuals on the show.




















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Many of the scenes from Game of Thrones are filmed in Northern Ireland and Scotland, making forests, barns, and other outdoor venues harken back to a bygone century.
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This chuppah overflowing with greenery lends a mystical vibe to an urban venue.
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This understated and gorgeous ceremony setup is reminiscent of the Great Hall.
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Lion in the Sun designed this custom invitation suite for GoT fans Hsiao and Tony. With gold foil, black museum board, and unconventional silhouettes, it was equal parts glamorous and macabre. Don't forget to include their riff on the Stark house motto ("Wedding is coming!") for your own save-the-dates!
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No correspondence is complete without a wax seal in Lannister red.
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Of course, the font goes a long way in supporting the theme.
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A gold Lazaro gown accessorized with a beaded neckline and crown befits the Queen of the North.
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This bride's pale gray Ian Stuart gown is perfect for an ice princess. For an elegant big-day look, accessorize with a cascading bouquet and a faux fur shrug.
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In Dothraki legend, the moon is a goddess and wife of the sun. These heartfelt cufflinks pay homage to Khal Drago and Daenerys Targaryen's pet names for one another.

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A floral cuff, hair jewelry, or brooch bouquets with coats of arms are subtle ways to incorporate your favorite show into the bridal party.
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Create your own seating chart or escort cards with guests arranged by their noble houses (roaring dragon optional).
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This sweetheart table was designed to mimic a medieval feast. How cool is this rustic branch centerpiece?
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We're blown away by this lush tablescape featuring a vibrant color palette and super old-school head table chairs.
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From faux "wolf fur" candlesticks to painted pinecone "dragon eggs," and gold-rimmed goblets, this shoot nailed it.
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For a homespun look, fill wooden boxes with monochromatic blooms. Cotton balls and anemones add a unique touch.
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We spotted these Thrones-themed lawn games at a Southern wedding.

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Roasted chicken with root vegetables and rosemary garnish is the hallmark of any king's feast.
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Bring it back to the 21st century with fun drink coasters!
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Wow your guests with a dramatic cake topped with the Iron Throne, a sword, or a fire-breathing dragon (if you hail from the House of Targaryen).
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The cake is where you can really showcase the theme.
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The Lannisters aren't the only ones who must pay their debts!

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