Christina and Edward adore Halloween, and combined a meaningful ceremony with a grand Halloween wedding ball like pros. Edward's aunt, a graphic designer, created the huge replicas of vintage monster movie posters and the photo booth props, as well as the invitations and save-the-date cards. Old black and white monster movies played on mini screens throughout the reception, and almost every guest came in costume.
Whatever you do, don't miss the life-size caskets built by the couple's families that had life-sized bride and groom skeletons inside and a sign that read, “Till Death Do Us Part Is For Quitters.” HA!
Edward created more than 200 paper masks for favors that were replicas of Halloween masks from the 1930s to the 1970s. Every detail from the candy buffet with black cat-shaped licorice pieces to the live music sung by their good friend (and Wolf Man) was seriously fun, spooky, and rave-worthy. You've got to see it…
Photography: Sashem Photography • Second Photographer: Markie Jones Photography • Venue: Lake Lawrence Lodge, Yelm, WA • Caramel Apples and Sweets: Marcoe Candy Co. • Graphic Design for all paper products: gifted by the groom's aunt Masks, centerpieces, and carved pumpkins: created by the couple
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This wedding made me smile. Victorian Halloween is my favorite and all the details really reminded me of that.
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