Ashlie and Clay wanted to share their love of theater by hosting a surprise play as their wedding ceremony! From the custom playbill to the haunted prohibition gambling hall and the hotel once owned by mobsters in the Prohibition era, this historical theater wedding was amazing. Don’t miss the gifts they gave to one another that were the actual sound waves of them speaking their vows to one another!
Jessica and Krystal’s haunted hotel wedding was an amalgam of family, love, tears, and laughter. Krystal was beyond stunning in her suit from White House Black Market. Don’t miss the details of the buttons! And the clean lines & intricate embroidery of Jessica’s dress? Fabulous.
Jilly and Benny had been together for eight years before deciding to elope and rock this pre-elopement photo shoot at a crumbling villa set among a hauntingly beautiful winter backdrop. Jilly, a long-time collector of vintage attire and jewelry, provided the epic fashion, from the lace wedding dress from 1940 to floor-length coats and heels from the 1920s and 30s.
Dark and beautiful details capped off the day with whiskey cocktails, long walks on snowy paths, and candlelight inside the villa. Let’s ogle these two gorgeous people and their elopement love…
Reema loves skulls and Derek is a hard core Chiver (Bill Murray fan). They decided to take their show on the road to a haunted castle in Ireland. Reema custom-designed her skull wedding ring and coffin ring box, created her own earrings and necklace, and even her wedding dress was custom designed to match her goth tendencies. The music reflected their rock and metal tastes with some “Stairway To Heaven” and a choir version of “Nothing Else Matters.” Add in some Dr. Seuss, a handfasting, and a rose ceremony, and you’ve topped off this skulls meets Bill Murray haunted castle wedding.
If you loved this couple’s gothically delicious anatomical heart cake, then you’ll be in for a treat with the rest of the story. We’re talking anatomical hearts on the invites, centerpieces, and the groom’s cufflinks, plus a gorgeous, haunted venue in Tampa’s historical Cuban district. And you’ll get to relive the gruesome, horrific (and delicious) noshing of the cake topper heart!
Let’s talk about the fashion going on here: black lace, Doc Martens, brocade tail coat, leather harness, and spiked Jeffrey Campbells — it’s a gothic wonderland of noir chic. Add in the backdrop of a haunted historic mansion and all the spiders, skulls, and pumpkins you could ask for on a dark night, and you’ve got this elegant affair (with Offbeat Bride vendor The Reverend D at the ceremony helm!).