Our wedding can best be described as if Tim Burton & The Simpsons had a baby. My husband and I are both extremely silly people, very much into pop culture and comedy, however we both are obsessed with the darker things in life; true crime, dark art, ghost stories and more.
The bride made her own Victorian wedding dress, the groom wore an impeccable top hat, and the guests all came in FULL era-appropriate costumes…
My husband and I are great lovers of history, literature, and the arts. I grew up as the child of an actor and an opera singer and Steven's father is also a musician, so we were both immersed in the world of the performing arts from birth. Those interests have since bloomed into a love of historical costuming. We talked about what a dream it would be to run away and have our wedding in Ireland and made it happen…
We had a small wedding with only 20 guests, but because it was small, we were able to have all guests participate in the all-white/beige Victorian theme. Most everything was handmade and sourced by us including hand-drawn and printed wooden invitations, bridal party gifts, individually selected vintage tea plates and cutlery, crystal coupe glasses, embroidered napkins, and all decorations.
Our wedding was our own style for sure. I have always loved vintage and Victorian styles. But to give it a twist, I have blue hair! Mark also goes nowhere without his baseball cap. So I said wear it! He did and I felt it was perfect for us. Being on a very tight budget, we had lots of DIY from seating charts, favors, and table numbers. It was Victorian with a twist!
This vintage Halloween wedding was loaded with gorgeous antique and 1920s-inspired details topped with a dollop of spooky chic Halloween details. We’re talking chic white pumpkins, matching cookies, and a fair dose of zombie fun.
Don’t miss all the killer musical selections and Downton Abbey-style bridesmaids dresses, too!