In honor of the 50th anniversary of BBC's hit series "Doctor Who," 50 couple will say "I Who" in a special simultaneous wedding for engaged, die-hard Whovians. Though this mass wedding might not turn out like "The Wedding of River Song," guest can expect some crashers to show up including Cybermen and Daleks. This British wedding company is sure that they can get 100 participants for this occasion.
"We've been inundated from all over the world. We had responses yesterday from Israel and Mexico, but the most is from America" said Selina Price of The Special Events Group. "They send photographs of themselves in costume, stories, tales of how long they've been fans."
Price added: "One man was telling me that when his wife went in to labor, he was watching Doctor Who and made her wait before going to the hospital."
This definitely sounds like a great time for Whovians and most likely something this fan base would love to be a part of. But who would officiate this monumental occasion? Surely they can't let just anybody do it?
Here are some suggestions and reasons!
Matt Smith - This is the most obvious choice, but it would be incredible for the couples getting married. To actually have The Doctor perform the marriage ceremony for 50 couples coming together to link their lives even more with "Doctor Who"would be incredible.
Peter Capaldi - For the same reason as Smith, but with a little sense of maturity. The incoming Doctor could definitely please many of the couples, but odds are, if they could decide, they would choose ...
David Tennant - Everybody loves David Tennant. Plus he is featured in the 50th anniversary special as the Tenth Doctor, so it works out quite well.
Alex Kingston A.K.A. River Song - She is the only character to marry the Doctor so it would be very incredible for these Whovians to have River Song at their wedding.
Check out what happened the last time The Doctor attended a wedding ceremony: