You’re The Princess Bride; he’s Napoleon Dynamite. But neither of you matches The Wedding Planner. Yet. We’ve got the goods for a wedding of cinematic proportions. Casting Channel a Hitchcockian heroine with antique rings and vintage-inspired gowns from Isadora’s. Updo genius Niko Weddle (Gene Juarez Salon & Spa; 206-326-6000) and makeup artist Jennifer Verador put your best face forward. Storyboard Write the script with invites from Ephemera Custom Letterpress or opt for something funkier from Corndog Industries. Then plan the rest at cozy boutique event studio Studio Boum. Location Dancing queens will love the Arctic Club Hotel’s breathtaking ballroom, which opens in May. Quirkier types shouldn’t miss organic, seasonal caterer Herban Feast’s new SoDo Park event space — a remodeled manufacturing plant with exposed beams and repurposed fixtures. Cinematography Photographer April Greer captures the moment with artistic flair (ask about her bridal boudoir services). European-style arrangements and bouquets from Loves Me Flowers will set the scene. Below the Line Never forget the little people. Treat bridesmaids to an after-hours spa party at Stylus, complete with DJ and bubbly; present them with custom umbrellas, and curb anxiety with elegant kits from Marrylicious (206-501-2220). Groomsmen need love, too: Give custom-engraved bottles of your favorite vintage. All set? Places, everyone. And prepare the crew for a major blockbuster. There’s still plenty to rehearse before the cameras roll. Don’t miss our fall and spring 2007 guides or today’s Everywhere edition.