This 'Game Of Thrones' Wedding Photo Shoot Is Insane
I hope all my "Game of Thrones" fans out there are sitting on a toilet because you're going to PEE YOURSELF after seeing this insane "Game of Thrones"-inspired photoshoot.
I mean, honestly, I don't even watch the show, but these pictures are incredible.
Photographer Katie Lee came up with the idea for a GoT-inspired shoot, but she was worried about how to balance the elegance of a classic wedding shoot with the rough, medieval "Game of Thrones" vibe:
I'd say she did a pretty good job of finding the balance.
Obviously, she didn't do this all on her own.
She even found model Max Dinatele his very own dire wolf for the shoot.
In order to have a REAL LIFE "Game of Thrones" wedding, Katie Lee obviously had to find a dire wolf to be part of the shoot.
So fortunately, Full Moon Fam Wolfdog Sanctuary, a not-for-profit sanctuary for abused wolfdogs, provided that cute, not-so-little pup named “River the Ambassadog.”
Celestial Cakery also made that cake in the background to look like dragon scales on the bottom layer and to resemble Mother of Dragons Daenarys' style on the top two layers.
I'm telling you guys, NO detail was forgotten here.
Obviously, Sansa Stark also got to have her moment with the pup as well.
Model Courtney Edelman played the role of Sansa, and even though I don't watch the show and, therefore, have no idea who she is, she SLAYED the part based on my extensive googling.
Model Austen Mauney legit looks like Daenerys Targaryen's doppelganger.
They even made old-time-y wedding invitations.
Yes, the photographer legit commissioned a professional calligrapher (apparently, that's actually a thing) to make the mock-up invitations pictured above.
Then, the bride obviously had to rock some swagged-out designer kicks.
Daenerys doesn't seem like the kind of chick to be chilling in an old pair of Converse on her wedding day.
Now, let's talk about the ring.
You can't rock shoes like that without having an INSANE ring.
And obviously, this wedding team didn't disappoint.
Trumpet & Horn provided that massive gold diamond ring, which I now expect my future husband to get me.
Let's just get one last look at this perfection:
I KNOW they're all models, but I can't get over how hot this shoot is.
If you still aren't over all the insane pics, watch this video of the shoot, filmed by Dorn-Long Films.
All right, you guys, time for me to binge-watch all of "Game of Thrones."
And I'll have to do it quickly, as the final season premieres this July.