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A woodland darkly glam wedding with skulls, succulents, & spines

Bride Kayla loves the color black, glitter, bones, and science, so all of those things were incorporated into her and groom Josh's wedding day. There were handmade bouquets, surprise readings at the ceremony from the wedding party, wedding pies, flowers in metal skulls, spine pens, and a record guest book. It was truly a darkly glam wedding for the ages.

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!

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Goth gone LUXE with sparkle, faux fur, and rich reds at this goth wedding inspiration

This goth inspiration shoot was all about chic black on black with hints of red and sparkle. Think skull rings, studded heels, ultra lush and dark paperie, aged paper and faux fur, and even a SNAKE! Now this is how you do goth-meets-luxe.

Just wait until you see the handmade guestbook journal in Edgar Allan Poe style by Nik the Booksmith. OH: and the black cake! It's sheer black magic.

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Led Zeppelin, craft beer, and tattoos at this bad-ass rock show-themed wedding

We had a rock show-themed wedding, which was inspired by our engagement shoot (by the fantastic Wild About You Photography) at a San Francisco music venue. Rye and I have a mutual passion for rock music, tattoos, and the macabre, so that theme covered lots of what we love!

We asked our guests to "channel their inner punk rocker" and wear clothing that reflected whatever "rock and roll" meant to them. There were lots of leather jackets, band shirts, combat boots, and colored hair.

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A stunning black dress, tattoos, and skulls everywhere at this chic and dark wedding

Aaron and Kryssa wanted a personalized wedding that matched their dark and alternative style. Aaron rocked his red Doc Marten boots and he and his crew traveled to the ceremony location by bicycle as they love to ride to bikes. There were skulls, ink, deep red details, and a super fab black gown and purple hair.

Just wait until you see their choreographed dance!