A Halloween theme, zombie-themed live band, and a saber arch in one wedding? Hell yes. This rockin’ party had these influences and more, including pumpkin carving, a candy buffet, and real live trick-or-treaters busting in. Even though the bride almost didn’t get her dress in time due to a volcano(!), they still managed to host a kick-ass party, giving us another great wedding for Halloween week.
Take some cowboys, Orthodox Jews, and Burning Man devotees, and mix them in a gorgeous tent in the forest with some cheesecake. Cook with lots of fire and you get one delicious wedding. Fabulous pictures? Inquire within.
Jen & George had a Halloween wedding with costumes encouraged for guests. Since there were to be kids present, they came up with a super clever and awfully cute way to ask guests to keep their outfits kid-friendly.
Quite a few people have asked me what they should wear to our “casual lowcountry wedding shindig,” and I’ve given them lots of suggestions. But I thought I would make a little pamphlet to help everyone with packing.”
The Offbeat Bride Arroxane, Technical writer Her Offbeat Partner: Mike, Techie, inventor, and business owner Location & date of wedding: The Max recording stage in Dallas, TX — January 18, 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: From the theme to the attire to the food to the entertainment, it was about what we liked and […]
The author of Gothic Charm School: An Essential Guide for Goths and Those Who Love Them shares her etiquette tips for goths and the wedding guests who love them.