Newly Married London Couple Throws "Back to the Future" Themed Wedding

The Back to the Future trilogy is among the most beloved and iconic movie series' of all-time, even almost 30 years after the final film was released.

Robert Zemeckis' series has developed an extremely large and devoted fan base of millions across the world. But it's safe to say that there are few, if any, Back to the Future fans who are as passionate as Lynsey McConville and her husband, James.

The London couple got married on Sept. 21, and they threw an epic Back to the Future themed wedding party (via the Daily Mail) that brought in 90 guests. The special event reportedly cost the newly weds a hefty $£10,000, but it's safe to say that they more than got their money's worth.

Their party included a photo of the two perfectly mimicking the movie poster for the second BTTF film, that shows the two staring at a watch outside of the DeLorean time machine.


The couple also had their own DeLorean car for the reception, as well as a Back to the Future themed cake. You can view the photos of the party below.

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Per the Daily Mail, James even wore the warrior shoes that Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox's character) wore in the film. Not only that, but the band even performed soundtrack from Back to the Future for the newlyweds. This included the song "Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News, one of the most popular hits to be featured in Back to the Future.

Lynsey and James threw their own "Enchantment Under the Sea" party at the reception, too. In the movie, Marty's parents fall in love at the high school "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance. After inadvertently changing the time of events when he travels from 1985 to 1955, Marty has to find a way to make his parents fall in love again.

Congrats to the new and happily married couple. No word yet on if they've received a real DeLorean time machine as a wedding gift.

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