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Season eight of Doctor Who premiered over the weekend, and Peter Capaldi got his first full episode as the Twelfth Doctor. An occasion that important deserves epic theme parties, and Kristin, a.k.a. superspacechick, rose to the occasion. She shared photos of her Who-rrific party on Instagram, and I’m so sad no one in my area didn’t put together a party like this.

Edibles included: a TARDIS cake, Who-themed Jammie Dodgers, Cassandra nacho dip, Ood cupcakes, and Adipose cupcakes. She went all out with the decorations too with red bow tie napkins, decorated balloons, TARDIS and fez plastic cups, and a photo op in front of a TARDIS blanket. It all looks epic.

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This beautiful TARDIS teacup is the perfect way to sip tea and while away the afternoon. From the product page:

Each cup and saucer are thrown on the potters wheel, hand painted with black clay & various glazes, hand carved and then stamped with custom made clay stamps that I made just for this item.

Glazed on the inside with starry white & blue glazes and on the outside in my own version of Tardis blue (non-toxic), which contains hints of darker blue, lighter blues and hazy green nebula mists.

You can order it with or without the spoon and saucer, and since it’s made to order, takes about 4-6 weeks to arrive at your door.

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Planning to throw a Doctor Who theme party in the near future? Then these TARDIS plates are just what you need. The melamine designs measure 8 inches by 8 inches and feature the TARDIS in four different colors. Pre-order now so these plates can travel through time and space to you in September.

Product Page ($29.99/set of 4 via Geek Alerts)

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You’ll be ready when the Doctor drops in with this TARDIS tablecloth decorating your table. It has an allover print of the blue box inspired by Andy Warhol’s art. Total measurements are 70″ by 55″ and it can be pre-ordered now for delivery in September.

Product Page ($39.99 via GeekAlerts)

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If you want to make your own TARDIS and Dalek Jell-O shots, you’ll need this mold.

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When next you sit down with your faithful companions to watch an episode of Doctor Who, you can impress them by bringing out drinks and snacks on this snazzy TARDIS tray. Available for pre-order at Urban Collector, the TARDIS tray is going for $24.99. Expect it to ship in October.

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This beautiful wine gift box with the TARDIS on the front is the perfect way to gift the nerdy bride and groom with their favorite wines. It holds three bottles with adjustable dividers and can even be personalized with names and dates. This is the perfect twist on “something blue” and will likely be one of the gifts the bride and groom treasure for years.

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How would you like to try a timelord pastry? This t-shirt showcases the breakfast of champions on Gallifrey and beyond: Pop-TARDIS. It doesn’t matter what the flavor is because they look like a TARDIS on the outside, but they’re probably packed with some kind of fruity goodness. Maybe it tastes like jelly babies. Then again, I like that the tee advertises a new popular flavor: fishfingers and custard. I’d try them!

Product Page ($12 via TSL)

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The best cakes are all about the details, and this Doctor Who cake wins in that category. The dessert by Devilish & Divine features the familiar blue box that is the TARDIS, and a handful of other nods to Matt Smith’s time as the 11th Doctor. There’s a fez, a Dalek, an arm covered in hash marks because of the Silence, Vincent van Gogh paintings, a bow tie, and small banners featuring quotes from the series. The cake even sits on a background that looks like space. I love all the little touches.

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Time travel is complicated. It involves all sorts of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff that’s a little tough to understand. But do you know what isn’t complicated? Beer. And with this trusty TARDIS bottle opener, you can make popping open a bottle of your favorite brew as easy as flipping on your favorite episode of Doctor Who. The TARDIS opener is available for pre-order below, or if you feel like adding a more murderous, exterminate-y vibe to your brew, you can pre-order the Dalek bottle opener too.

Product Page: (£13.99 or $23.28 via Geekalerts)