Pumpkin smashing Halloween wedding

October 27 2010 | meggyfin

This is Melissa and Tim and they had one hell of a Halloween in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. It was shot by Jennifer Cody at Egomedia Photography and she tells us that it included spooky decor, Halloween costumes and smashing a freaking pumpkin as part of their ceremony!

Apparently costumes were required for everyone in attendance. (I like robo-guy, here.)

Melissa and Tim, along with their friends, put together all the decor. They also had a magician, acrobats, burlesque performers, a psychic, and…

…a gypsy marching band!

But here's the best part… they not only were married by this really spooky-looking clown guy (an Offbeat Bride first?) but then they got all punk-rock with this pumpkin and…

…smashed this baby like rock stars! (Also an offbeat first?) That's it. We demand more pumpkin smashings!

  1. WOW! Looks like an INCREDIBLE party! LOVE your dress, love the pumpkins, love the scary-as-hell celebrant! Awesome stuff!

      • How did you incorporate this? This is awesome, and I'm curious how you did it, what was said, etc…We're getting married 10/13/12 & ours is all halloween…I'm very curious!

  2. Thank you guys! Halloween is our favorite holiday and with all of our friends being puppeteers and artists, we couldn't resist. Egomedia are amazing photographers, can't recommend them enough.

  3. Omg the peacock feathers at the bottom of her dress. SO beautiful. It's nice to see another OBB who used Halloween/Horror elements and also peacock feathers- that's what my upcoming wedding is! 🙂

    Winterbymorning, I would check Etsy- they have lots of those there, it's where I also got mine.

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