I hope the wedding cake is not a lie, though.
Sometimes the internet is used for evil. Spamming, arguing, unnecessary crossover fanfiction writing... the list goes on. Ok, I'm just gonna come out and say that really, most of the internet is evil. However, every once in a while it wipes the Cheetoh crumbs off its chest, pulls itself together, and makes something wonderful. This cute proposal is one of those rare moments. Skip to 4:26 to see the interwebs for once mobilized in the name of good, not evil.
Hy husband and I have always been Cheezburger fans! We used, "Nom" as kind-of-secret, "I love you" for three years before our wedding day. The engraving on his ring was a secret (that is, he knew it was engraved just didn't know with what). As we were pronounced husband and wife, we left the alter, and he read the engraving. I thought he was going nuts, laughing hysterically down the aisle with me! He looked at me and said, "Nom." That's when I knew he had finally read it. Good thing he didn't r
When we got engaged, my husband had one request: a Dark Side groom's cake. I couldn't let him have all the fun, so I had a Star Wars bride's cake!
Of all the times I've watched the original trilogy, I never even once considered how good R2D2 would look in a wedding veil. Who knew!?