A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel


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Photos by: Heather Guzel Photography
A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel
Photos by Heather Guzel Photography

Ashlie and Clay wanted to share their love of theater by hosting a surprise play as their wedding ceremony! From the custom playbill to the haunted prohibition gambling hall and the hotel once owned by mobsters in the Prohibition era, this historical theater wedding was amazing.

Each member of the wedding party became actors and got into character with a custom-made script and costumes created by the couple. It was funny, it was memorable, and they all looked amazing. The whole wedding party stayed at the haunted hotel that had just been featured on the Ghost Hunters TV show.

The centerpieces were full of black and glittery decor. And the bride's custom made gown and cape? Stunning.

Don't miss the gifts they gave to one another that were the actual sound waves of them speaking their vows to one another!

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

This theatrical couple surprised their guests with a wedding ceremony play

This theatrical couple surprised their guests with a wedding ceremony play

This theatrical couple surprised their guests with a wedding ceremony play

This theatrical couple surprised their guests with a wedding ceremony play

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

A surprise wedding ceremony play at a haunted Ghost Hunters hotel

Vendors

Venue: The Tudor House • Photographer: Heather Guzel Photography • Dress: custom made by Jaime Elyse

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