Ruby Guest is getting married. The 26-year-old daughter of actors Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest will wed her partner Cynthia in May, and the category is cosplay.

“Everybody at the wedding is going to be in costume, and I will be in a costume to officiate the wedding,” the Halloween star revealed in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel this week. And not just any costume. Curtis plans to doll up as World of Warcraft’s most formidable sorceress — and notable babe — Jaina Proudmoore.

“It’s a game, I don’t know,” Curtis told Kimmel. “She’s an admiral.” 

If it sounds like the Freaky Friday alum isn’t familiar with WoW lore, that’s because Ruby — who identifies as “furry and proud” — and Cynthia selected the costume for her. But the Halloween star enthusiastically accepted the assignment anyway, ordering a custom-made look on Etsy that was delayed due to supply chain issues.

The ceremony is set to take place at the family’s home, which we hope has sufficient parking for the trailer we plan to bring so we can change at least seven times throughout the night. (We’ve already ordered six of them, by way of manifesting an invite.) “Both my children will have been married in my backyard, which brings me to tears,” Curtis said.

Curtis opened up about Ruby’s trans identity in a heartfelt interview last year, and has since expressed vocal support for her daughter and for trans rights more broadly. 

“I am proud and grateful to be the parent of a trans child and am sending support to all of the trans families across the U.S. who are being targeted in this moment by conservative legislatures,” Curtis wrote on Instagram, in a post celebrating Ruby’s birthday earlier this month. 

Ruby, a YouTube video editor, has said that she previously preferred to keep a low profile. But she has since embraced becoming more visible as part of a loving and supportive family in the spotlight. “I’m happy to be more visible if it helps others,” she told People in a joint interview with Curtis last fall. “Helping others is something everyone should do.”