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Make Your Eternal Bonding Vows in Eorzea With an Official Final Fantasy XIV Wedding Plan

Applications and reservations for the Final Fantasy XIV wedding of your dreams have opened. People can now register, and the wedding site will be the Kobe, Japan wedding hall Deuxzero. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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The Final Fantasy XIV wedding plan is modeled after the in-game Eternal Bonding Ceremony, allowing fans to make their bond real while celebrating a beloved game. Fans of the MMORPG can enjoy a full-fledged ceremony centered around the world of Eorzea, including food, decorations, and music from and inspired by the game. You can even get a ceremonial Chocobo!

The Japanese wedding planning company Bridal Hearts will be handling all the planning. For about $31,500, couples can enjoy the standard event and celebrate their special day with up to 70 guests.

Additionally, couples can choose from tuxedos and gowns that replicate the in-game garments of Devotion, down to your Slacks of Eternal Innocence. The wedding garb has been replicated in detail, making couples look like they’ve traveled right into Final Fantasy XIV. Even better, when couples cut the festive Eternity Cake, they can do it wielding a sword.

The wedding cuisine is also inspired by the world of Hydaelyn, with dishes modeled after in-game food. This will include an entremet to cleanse your palette, a parfait, and a seafood dish. For dessert, there are Moogle-shaped macarons. Also, couples can pop a bottle of vivid blue Chocobo Champagne.

Finally, when your special day comes to end, your guests will be able to leave with original items. Notable favors include a special sweets modeled after in-game creatures.

The official Final Fantasy XIV wedding website is now open.


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Mercedez Clewis
Mercedez is a former staff writer, Japanese to English translator and a glasses-wearing, cardigan-loving gamer with a passion for visual novels, Etrian Odyssey, and peaches. They'll be covering Japanese gaming news on the reg.