EYECANDY ALERT: Golden chic Halloween wedding in Cape Cod #Real Weddings: Northeast US#bridesmaids#gold dress#halloween#massachusetts#skulls#wedding dogs Posted Apr 27 2020 Offbeat Editors Photos by Alex Wiciel Offbeat partner: Lizzy O'Keefe Offbeat partner: Chris O'Keefe Date and location of wedding: Wequasett Resort on Cape Cod, Harwich, MA — 10/25/2019 Our offbeat wedding at a glance: I was going for super glamorous, moody, regal, lots of candlelight. That is how I wanted everything to look, but my vision for the day was really for everyone to be having an amazing time, celebrating, drinking, dancing, and never wanting the night to end. I always wanted a gold wedding dress… and after that was custom made everything fell into place like a Gothic moody dream! Tell us about the ceremony: We had a Catholic ceremony for my parents… but my friends (who are musical theater professionals) belted out Come What May from Moulin Rouge and it was amazing! Lizzy also was able to get a matching gold dress for her dog, Belle – which was insanely adorable. After Lizzy & Chris’s first look they decided to do a first look with their Chihuahua babies and it was as cute as you can imagine. The dining tables were decorated with golden, black and velvet skulls paired with unique autumn florals and black candles. The table that held the seating cards was draped with a jade green cloth wit made the golden skulls with butterflies and the black seating cards with a custom wax modeling on them pop! The seating table was also adorned with tons of candle votives – both black, gold, and elegant skulls. Tell us about the reception: I am a professional Irish step dancing teacher and my dance teacher from growing up was in attendance and some other follow irish step dancers, so we all got up and danced together! What was the most important lesson you learned from your wedding? Start planning early… and don't let anyone tell you what to do! You don't have to follow any rules — it's your day, do it your way! Vendors Photography: Alexsandra Wiciel Photography | Venue: Wequasett Resort and Golf Club | Florals: Beach Plum Floral | Dress: Custom Gold Stephen Yearick Gown | Rentals: Peak Event Services, Rust and Luxe, Drape Art Designs | Desserts: Delicious Desserts Capecod | Signs and Calligraphy: Allison, Funky and Glitz, Flashing Neon Signs | Band: Silver Arrow Band | Shoes: Betsey Johnson | Rings: Nelson Colemantowson | Nails: Bossy Claws | Make Up: Jessica MUA | Hair: Bryan Espinal | Crown: Cassandralynne Bridal | Veil: Cleo and Clementine | Tux: The Black Tux | Men’s Shoes: Steve Madden | Transportant: White Tie Limo of Falmouth MA | Invitations: Minted Related Post Elegance overflows at this misty Halloween ballet wedding inspiration This Halloween-themed spooky inspiration shoot was set in Payson, Arizona, where a fire had burned down the forest. Set in-between the trees, they staged a romantic Halloween ballet. There were… Read More Related Post This spooktacular Halloween wedding will get you in the mood for the macabre RaKayla and Juan are obsessed with all things Halloween and incorporated it into their engagement session, boudoir session, and, of course, the wedding itself. If you're in the midst of… Read More PREVIOUS Free 2020 renewals for any one who has EVER been listed in the Offbeat Bride Vendor Guide NEXT 5 reasons to master how to livestream your wedding in the age of Coronavirus Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] Wow I thought it was a styled shoot at first, that was one seriously cool wedding!!!! Great work! Reply Hello, I am from Brazil and I loved this wedding style, I had never seen it the same, very original, I loved the rings and all the decoration too much. The images were perfect, I loved it. CONGRATULATIONS Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.