Day of the Dead meets classic glam on the family property

We've got more Dia de los Muertos weddings coming tomorrow, but here is a teaser to whet your appetite.

Monica and Corey were married with a Día de los Muertos theme on September 3, 2011 in Forest Hill, CA. Renae of Grandeur Photography spent the day with them capturing all the details.

Ultra glam among ultra rustic. You can't beat the combination for a little punch. And Monica's victory rolls are impeccable.

I love Monica's skull necklace. This pair chose some of the best skull details I've seen.

Speaking of… check out the DIY boutonnière and skeleton tie combination Corey is sporting.


Ooh boutonnière detail! They look very cool all together.


The couple's paper flower arch. You know we are all about the fancy arch alternatives up in here.


The cutie patootie couple get serious.


Nothing says retro like a classic car. plus we get a glimpse of Corey's Chucks, because he keeps it real.


Private moment here — move along lookie-loos.


For more of this glammed-up duo celebrating the Day of the Dead wedding-style, check out Grandeur Photography's Facebook entry on the wedding.

  1. Awesome photography. I really enjoyed the ones with the automobiles in them. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Love, love the paper flower arch! So colorful and simple, but what a great touch for photos.

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  3. HAWT. How do I get my hair to do that?!!! (Not the groom's, that is. I can actually figure that much out = P )

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