Seal Your Love With An Oreimo Wedding Set

posted on by Bamboo Dong

Whether Kirino Kousaka or Ruri Gokou is your best girl, you can formalize your devotion with a special wedding set, which includes special curtains, a custom seal, a fake marriage form, and a cake.

The set is a collaborative effort between Oreimo and three companies, all interested in making sure your special day goes off without a hitch. Or, perhaps, with a hitch.

The curtains are being sold by Curtain Damashii, and come in two sizes. The curtains are made of satin, and range from 20,000 to 28,600 yen (about US$168-$240). For an additional 1,000 yen (about US$8.4), customers can also get a matching pair of sashes, featuring the girl of your dreams and the altar.

Those who want a double-wedding, or just can't decide, also have the option of purchasing curtains featuring both girls.

Meanwhile, stamp company Itaindou is offering official inkan stamps, which in Japan can be legally used in many institutions, such as banks and government offices, on documents instead of signatures. Each stamp can be customized with the buyer's name, up to six characters, with a variety of font options. The plain seal + seal case option rings up at 7,480 yen (about US$62.93), but for 11,980 yen (about US$100.8), customers can also get a sealing mat, a keepsake box, and a fake marriage document.

And of course, no wedding is complete with a wedding cake. These cakes are being sold through otaku confectioner AniSugar, and come with an edible image of your blushing bride. Each cake is selling for 4,980 yen (about US$41.90).

Naturally, all of the items can also be purchased as a set, and range from 34,980 to 43,580 yen (about US$294-$366). Customers are required to list their wedding date on the order page, which will determine the delivery date of the goods.

[Via Hachima Kikou]

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