Marie + Frank | Ines Di Santo Wedding from Photo Pink
Queue Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’…Today’s featured Halloween-Gothic themed wedding, ‘Till Death Do Us Part’, is out of this world! Contortionists, tarot card readings, stilt walkers, dry ice, skeleton votives, candy apples, the most decadent array of sweets and there at the heart of this Hallo-Wedding, Marie + Frank as the princess and prince of Hallow’s Eve. WOW. Don’t miss the impressive full costume performances from Rocky Horror Picture Show and Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ (so iconic and totally epic). And what better opportunity to wear a Cinderella style dress and make it her own…Marie’s Ines Di Santo ball gown is custom made with corseted back and sides, layered kick in the front with feather detailing and a gorgeous cathedral train. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!
The Ceremony Stilt walkers greeted guest with apple cider and coffin programs. Contortionists entertained guest prior to ceremony. Candelabras lined the aisle with a spiderweb lit floor with a beautiful cathedral window for a backdrop. Walked down the aisle to Edward scissor hands ice dance. 1000’s of red rose petals covered the floor at the alter. Tulle covered the chairs along with their favorite flower in memory of our grandparents.
The Reception Halloween/Gothic: ‘Til death do us part.’ We had tarot readers for cocktail hour along with skull monogrammed pillows. Signature drinks were absinthe, Vampire’s kiss. We had a performances of Thriller, Rocky Horror (sweet transvestite and time warp). Our cake was black with crows and roses. Tables were set up in black and gold with over 10,000 red roses throughout. Skull napkin rings were made custom for guest to take home. We gave out skull head vodka for favors. We had a candy bar at the end of the evening with jelly apples, skull cookies, Halloween soda, wax fangs and a large assortment of Halloween candy. Fast flats and mints were offered in the bathroom. Along with personalized napkins. Dance floor was always packed. It was an amazing time.
Marie’s Dress Search Ultimately I wanted a black wedding dress but my husband refused. Therefore I wanted a more vintage style that went with my theme. Initially I looked at a St Pucci but ended up with the Ines.
How Marie Felt in Her Wedding Dress Poofy Pumpkin Princess!