The wedded unveiling of Team Awesome in San Diego

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We're getting pumped up for Halloween and wanted to share this intensely cool costume/superhero/creeptastic wedding! It's just a little preview of the costumed fun to come next week. Muhahaha…

David at Ohana Photographers clued us in to this stellar superhero-meets-Halloween-meets solemn ceremony wedding in San Diego. It began at the San Rafael Catholic Church where Jennifer and Bryan met in their ceremony duds — but from there it all went nuts.

Check out the transition from church ceremony to "TEAM AWESOME" at the Museum of Man in Balboa Park on September 13, 2011.


Here's a preview of the alter-ego madness that happened at the reception. But in the meantime, let's admire their lovely ceremony.


Epic church shot! They always look so grand from this angle.


"We deeeed iiiit!" So far the normal citizens get married and no one is the wiser to their crime-fighting powers.


This is getting kind of spooky. Check out the creepy font and scroll-y skull.


Aw shit! Giant skull on the wall time! Now we're talking some serious Halloween business up in here. The couple projected horror movie clips on the wall too.


Team Awesome arrives to work it big time in their shiny, sexy, bad-guy-smackin' outfits.


All the guests were asked to come in costume. But if they didn't and the mood started to take hold, Jennifer and Bryan offered a costume table with masks! Everyone wins.


Signature toxic cocktails with eyeball garnish. I'll take two, please. Easy on the eyeballs.


Are those churros? Mmm churros, accompanied by what can only be pink glasses of mojo?


The adorable (and kick-ass) couple get a few laughs in, which really can't be hard at this party.


Their zombie cake gets what's coming to it machete-style.


The table numbers were names of fictional pubs from movies and television. Moe's Tavern! Woo hoo!


And here is where I go googly-eyed. Spooky-themed candy buffet!


The wedding party wasn't the only group to represent the superhero genre. Here are Batman and Robin getting their groove thang on.


More costumes plus a sock monkey! The day is made after that.


Jennifer and Bryan included cardboard cutouts of themselves in purposely cheesy poses for their photobooth. Bonus: here's a slideshow of all the photobooth shots for your perusal!


Luke, I have your rings. And I'm keeping them.


For more of this formal-meets-costume bash, head on over to Ohana Photographer's blog.