Undead Trend: Zombifying Your Wedding - Page 2
If you look carefully, you'll see that even one of the photographers and minister got into the act.
After meeting last year while playing Humans versus Zombies, Utah couple Todd and Kayli Hicken fell into each other's love with the concept so much, they themed their wedding around the tag-like game. After tying the knot, the wedding party was invited to join in a short version of the shoot-em-up game.
If you've ever spent time partaking in or watching (either in awe or while shaking your head) a local zombie walk, you've seen your share of zombified wedding dresses. It was only a matter of time before someone got it in their head to wear the dress while getting hitched.
I haven't heard of a formal zombie-style church gig yet, as most major religions would have to deal with the tongue-in-cheek concept of sticking around and lumbering the streets for brains after one's death, vice going to Heaven (or the other place).
Tying the knot soon and don't have time to zombie up the whole big affair? Afraid your family won't show up if half the wedding party is playfully gnawing on each other? You could always take the route that photographer Josiah Moore and his new bride took, and get your wedding party together for some creative posing, then Photoshop in the rest.
Moore recorded his Photoshop session on YouTube - a tutorial of sorts in itself, and a whole lot of visual fun. The video has been highlighted on a number of sites, already clawing its way into over 10,000 hits in a single gory day. If the Zombie Wedding trend continues, I think Moore will have a lot of post-photography work on his hands...
Are you planning to incorporate a little Zombie Apocalypse into your knot-tying this coming year? If so, let us know about your plans in the comments below.
Images and video courtesy NJ.com, YouTube, JosiahX.com, Utah Statesman