Cosplaying Couple Has a World of Warcraft Themed Wedding

Many weddings have themes, but it’s not everyday that you see one with a bride and groom fully decked out in cosplay like characters from World of Warcraft (WoW). With one wearing an impressively imposing suit of armor and the other outfitted in a draping gown adorned with intricate, fantasy-driven embellishments, Craig and Zoe really committed to the unique theme as they recently flaunted their outfits at their engagement party in Taiwan.

While it’s sure to be a day to remember, the couple has another big event to wear their costumes to. As part of Taiwanese tradition, weddings have two days of celebration that are both formal events. With their engagement day complete (and clearly a success), the soon-to-be husband and wife look forward to their wedding day when they will be wearing the same exact gear they recently sported.

The couple, who dressed up as the fictional video game characters King Varien Wrynn and Tyrande Whisperwind (costumes by EMI Cosplay), props and all, will continue to display not only their their passion for a shared interest, but also their dedication to one another at a much larger venue in front of friends and family in January.

Photo credit: Sosi Studios
via [Neatorama, Kotaku]

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