Star Wars fans get married at premiere

Star Wars fans get married at premiere

World December 18, 2015 12:07

Hollywood - The two die-hard Australian Star Wars fans, Andrew Porter and Caroline Ritter, the 15 hour flight laid off to Hollywood during the Star Wars -première Thursday in TCA to marry Chinese Theatre.

The lovers were brought to the altar by Darth Vader with the iconic robot R2D2 as ring bearer, while the theme song from the movie played in the background. The pastor, dressed as Obi-Wan Kenobi, tied in real life with the words: 'May your love last longer than the digestion of a Sarlacc. '

Twice before Ritter flew to Los Angeles

Star Wars in to see premiere, but this time will always be the most memorable stay. 'It was the idea of ​​TCL. They asked if anyone wanted to marry during the premiere, 'she explains opposite

Mashable. 'Of course we wanted! We were engaged for eight years and wanted to do something special. '

The two did together with 130 others participated in the tradition for the twelve nights

Star Wars premiere to go all in line for a ticket. They however do not have to wait the entire time in the row, but at least 24 hours. The proceeds of the cinema tickets goes to the Starlight Children's Foundation.

The lovers were brought to the altar by Darth Vader with the iconic robot R2D2 as ring bearer, while the theme song from the movie played in the background. The pastor, dressed as Obi-Wan Kenobi, tied in real life with the words: 'May your love last longer than the digestion of a Sarlacc. '

Twice before Ritter flew to Los Angeles

Star Wars in to see premiere, but this time will always be the most memorable stay. 'It was the idea of ​​TCL. They asked if anyone wanted to marry during the premiere, 'she explains opposite Mashable. 'Of course we wanted! We were engaged for eight years and wanted to do something special. '

The two did together with 130 others participated in the tradition for the twelve nights

Star Wars premiere to go all in line for a ticket. They however do not have to wait the entire time in the row, but at least 24 hours. The proceeds of the cinema tickets goes to the Starlight Children's Foundation.

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