An elegant Hallowedding on Friday the 13th with a love potion ceremony & a flower ghoul

We had a Halloween theme and got married on Friday the 13th. We walked down a black and white striped aisle runner where our very close friend Jonny married us, and instead of a unity candle or sand ceremony we did a cocktail ceremony pouring red and blue booze from potion bottles over dry ice in a skull glass that we called a love potion. My friend Mike was our flower ghoul!

This edgy Neon Demon wedding inspiration is a fashion WIN

When I saw this edgy, Neon Demon wedding inspiration shoot, I couldn't stop digging on the purple undercut, the glittery gold and black dresses, and the ahhhh-mazing venue that is The Camby in Phoenix. I just knew that someone was going to be inspired to find themselves taking equally killer photos in these hallways.

Don't miss the '80s-inspired aesthetic and midcentury modern details…

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This rad pop-up wedding had glitter, sequins, and huge rainbow mural LOVE

We wanted something small that fit us, but could also include our children and family. We didn't want to just run off to the courthouse. We wanted it to be simple and stress-free. We bounced ideas of locations back and forth. Maggie from Pop! Wed Co. suggested the "LOVE" mural at Blagden Alley. We were in DC for New Years so we checked it out and fell in love with it.

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Grab a plate of BBQ and check out this music festival backwoods wedding with a "tent city"

We used our love of music festivals as inspiration for our music festival backwoods wedding. We had food stalls instead of traditional catering, a couple of local bands, lots of tents, and an overall casual feel to the whole day. We hung hundreds of feet of string lights and accented the space with hand-painted signs and quirky little details like gnomes and mini VW buses. Guests were encouraged to camp out so there was a little tent city on the property.

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This art gala wedding created an exhibition of art by family & friends!

The overall theme was Unity Through Art. I am an artist, and both my husband and I come from a long line of professional artists and grew up immersed in fine art culture. So, we decided to celebrate our wedding in the form of an art exhibit.

We held an art gala wedding that showcased the collective artwork of our closest family and friends and celebrated our local neighborhood of Astoria.