Whovians in Love

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My love for you is even bigger on the inside.

Sonic Screwdriver Signature

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My fiancé and I decided to get other small, silly, surprise gifts for our rehearsal dinner. When we opened our gifts, I couldn't believe it! We had both bought each other identical Sonic Screwdriver pens! Of course we used them to sign the marriage license!

Time Lords and Ladies

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Matt Smith, who shares his name with actor Matt Smith who portrays The Eleventh Doctor, proposed to his girlfriend Stacie-Anne Dilkes at The Doctor Who Experience exhibit in London. Matt even donned some Doctor-duds! And that other, more famous guy with his same name? He had nice things to say for them!

Matt Smith proposing to his girlfriend! Firstly, being a Smith means phone calls to the bank take so much longer – there are so many Smiths!! But I bet none of them have proposed at the Doctor Who Experience! Amy and Rory would be proud. Next – babies in the TARDIS…? Congratulations to you both and many years of happiness. Love, Matt.

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Our Impromptu Tardis Cake

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Katherine says: "A friend offered to buy us a cake for our wedding which we planned on a weeks notice. This is what the baker came up with based on the quick description of a Tardis. I think its perfect."

Dalek-tible

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These dapper Daleks will classy up your wedding and the last few moments of your existence before EXTERMINATION.

Proposal of Whovian Proportions

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Jordan says: "He proposed with a sonic screwdriver and River Song's Tardis journal, filled with the story of our five-year relationship, including photos, illustrations and ticket stubs. The last page asked: 'WILL YOU MARRY ME?'"