1.) Find the One.
If the only thing you truly love is your iPhone - one site understands. MarryYouriPhone.com allows you to tie the knot with your iPhone or iPad.
I received a press release for the site appropriately on April Fools Day. I'm still trying to figure out if the service is real. Then again, if you think about it, it is fairly practical. I couldn't think of anything or anyone else I'd truly want to spend the rest of my life with as long as its cool to keep upgrading to the next model.
2.) Nailing the Proposal
After finding some pics from the wedding (click here for more), it appears they even had a Nintendo DS cake with makeshift you guessed it, Bejeweled game on it.
This other unique approach levels up to new nerd heights. Just watch.
3.) Exchange Vows.
A couple was married in Houston over the weekend by a computer program created by the groom. In other words a couple was married by a robot.
Further explanation - A 30" monitor with a robot voice helped the couple exchange their vows in front of friends and family.
(Courtesy of Gizmodo via NBC Dallas Fort Worth)
4.) Share Tokens.
Or.... you can really kick it up a notch by going the custom one-of-a-kind route like Luke Jerram did teaming up with local jeweler Tamrakar. He has created a projection ring by "hacking apart disposable cameras to find the right lens". He then used family portraits to embed inside and noted as his family grows pictures are able to be added. He also created a talking ring for his wife that has his proposal recorded and can be replayed over and over again.
Here are some of my faves:
This particular cake was uploaded on flickr by M.A.L. Note the amazing details especially Toad Mario Kart. "I'mmm the best!!!"
This gem was made by Francis Clayton (including side cakes) and was posted on CakeWrecks.com.
Cupcakes by DebbieDoesCakes.
And last but not least some more cupcakes by Clever Cupcakes.