Kimmy & Brent get "Carrie-d" at their Evil Dead-themed wedding #Real Weddings: Western US#black dress#horror wedding#las vegas#nevada#punk#short dress#spring#tattooed bride#tattooed groom Updated Mar 15 2021 (Posted Apr 8 2015) Offbeat Editors Photos by: John Horstman Imaging Photos by John Horstman Imaging and Kevin Bielinski The Offbeat Bride: Kimmy, Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor Her offbeat partner: Brent, Warehouse Team Lead Date and location of wedding: Onstage during intermission of Evil Dead the Musical in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood V Theater — March 13, 2015 Our offbeat wedding at a glance: We are both huge horror film fans so we got married on Friday the 13th of March, 2015. Our wedding ceremony took place onstage during Evil Dead, the Musical in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tell us about the ceremony: Our officiant was a Deadite minister and our vows consisted of zombie apocalypse-type scenarios where we promised to chop off each others' head (and not other body parts) and other bad movie puns. After our vows, we were "Carrie-d" by having a bucket of fake blood dumped over our heads. It was so much fun and a very memorable experience for us and all 30+ of our guests. Tell us about your reception: We didn't have an official reception. My cousin from Sacramento bought us a glass shotgun filled with tequila, so we just invited our guests up to our hotel room and we had a small party and took turns doing the shotgun shots. What was the most important lesson you learned from your wedding?Any other advice for Offbeat Bride readers? It's your day so just do what makes you happiest. That's what we did and we couldn't be happier. Vendors Photographer: Photography: John Horstman Imaging and Kevin Bielinski Dress: Hell Bunny Shoe artwork: Anthony Begnal Venue/show: Evil Dead the Musical PREVIOUS 8 of our favorite alternative unity ceremonies including one that nets you a permanent piece of art NEXT Vintage-style makeup and hair tips from a burlesque performer Show/Hide comments [ 8 ] That's amazing! I saw Evil Dead the Musical twice when it played in Toronto, however many years ago that was. I can't imagine how much fun your wedding was 🙂 Reply Thanks! It was seriously the most fun we both have ever had. The Evil Dead cast and crew were so amazing and so much fun to work with. They made our wedding even more amazing and special. Reply I love the Evil Dead musical!! My fiance and I went to see it in Vegas the week that he proposed to me 😀 We agreed that when we renew our vows, we would do it there. Reply I love this! It's so fun!! And those shoes are amazing! I'm getting married in Vegas in June. Maybe we should have a party the night before at the show! I love Evil Dead! Reply OMG! A. That is so amazing and you guys look like you had the time of your life! B. I am friends with one of the actors from the show! Not sure if you met any of them by name but Greg, the guy in the yellow shirt with the longish hair and beard, was a community theater actor in our area before he moved to Vegas. I was in a couple shows with him and even directed him at one point! I hope he helped make your day completely awesome 🙂 Reply Yep. We know Greg. He was super awesome and we became Facebook friends after the wedding. Small world 🙂 Reply Hey Kimmy, My fiance and I are headed to Vegas early April 2016 to have an Evil Dead wedding. I wanted to ask you a few questions… 1) I noticed you listed a photographer, Did you have the photographer at the show? I wanted to get some photos before the show like you did, and also during the ceremony as well. Just wondering If you had a friend take the photos or you rented a photographer for the entire time? Reply Sorry. I just saw this comment now. We did have two photographers. They are friends of ours who live in Vegas but they can be hired to take photos as well. Their links are provided on this page. Feel free to contact them. I hope you have a wonderful wedding. 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.