Minecraft-themed wedding

The Goodness lavishly photo-documents a Minecraft-themed wedding:

Matt and Asia are simply the most perfect couple ever. They met through their church (Matt said he fell for her watching her dance, awww) but they truly bonded over the game of Minecraft. They built a house together in the digital world and have been inseparable ever since, both in the game and in real life. Matt even proposed to Asia up on stage at MineCon with the help of the game’s creators. So it was no surprise that Matt and Asia would plan a Minecraft themed wedding, and wow, did they ever. They worked hard and put together an incredible event, which truly reflected their love for Minecraft, ahem, each other! We felt so lucky to capture such an awesome day, both in photos and with a wedding film (at the end of this post). It was a labor of love with lots of DIY and help from some fellow Minecraft lovers. Matt, Asia and friends created the pixel-trees from cardboard boxes and used them to decorate the structural pillars, genius!

They even got custom Minecraft-themed Jones Soda flavors.

Matt and Asia’s Minecraft wedding | The Goodness | Sacramento Wedding Photographer (via The Mary Sue)



  1. The creeper in the background looks as though it’s the jealous crush that always wanted to get with Asia but never asked her out.  It’s waiting to sneak up on Matt when he’s not looking and explode.

    1.  Matt is one lucky, lucky bastard, and from his smile it looks like he knows it. Good, a guy fortunate enough to find, bond with and marry someone who shares core hobbies really needs to be aware of that and treasure it. *is so very jealous of his situation*

      I hope they successfully negotiate the progress to new games, and also have compatible opinions on the upgrade packs

  2. “You can show black is white by argument,” said Filby, “but you will never convince me.”

    1. I am a gigantic MC fan, but this… is weird.

      I plan on a Minecraft death. Lots and lots of TNT.

  3. I am not a fan of these themed weddings. They seem more like birthday parties to me than weddings.I think what they did was cute and nicely executed, but it overall it seems juvenile in a way that is not appropriate for a wedding – save it for the rehearsal dinner or do a little Minecraft themed bachelor/bachelorette party for the folks who will actually understand the video game references.. 

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