What does it take to pull off a Peter Pan themed wedding? Via andysams.com Photographer Andy Sams and his team took on the challenge of transforming a space in Austin, TX into something truly magical. First you'll need an invitation, of course. Via andysams.com Followed by a sprinkle of some fairy dust. Via andysams.com OK, maybe a lot of fairy dust. Via andysams.com And a fairy to help you, naturally. If you have a wand handy, even better! Via andysams.com You'll need someone brave to guide you through Neverland... Via andysams.com His name might start with "Peter" and end in "Pan." Especially because of the crocodiles, they're kind of everywhere. Via andysams.com Seriously, there are a lot of crocs and you need to be careful! Via andysams.com If you see a glittering bottle, just make sure it's not poison. Via andysams.com And if you hear the sound of a ticking clock, just know that Captain Hook is probably close by. Via andysams.com Next, you'll need to always be mindful of the rings. Via andysams.com If you're afraid of losing them, you can tie them tightly to the cover of a book. Via andysams.com Why not Peter Pan, for good measure. When you get the chance, indulge in a little cake. Via andysams.com Or a chocolate teddy bear. Via andysams.com Michael's favorites, obviously. Top all of those happy thoughts off with a flying leap for joy. Via andysams.com And when you need a break from all of the excitement, you can sneak off to a magical hideaway. Via andysams.com You'll find plenty of feathers there. Via andysams.com And maybe even beautiful Wendy Darling will make an appearance. Via andysams.com Most important of all: Make sure to live happily ever after in the end. Via andysams.com These two sure look like they've got that one down. To see all of the vendor and styling info for this event, make sure to check out Andy Sams website.