Apple-y Ever After: A Boo-tiful Wedding – Fangs for the Memories!

Blood red and black dress with black veil for the bride & red and black suit for the groom –
An unexpected choice that evokes a dark and glamorous spin on the traditional white dress.

When witches go riding & black cats are seen, the moon laughs & whispers, tis’ near Halloween! For those who want to make a bold statement with their wedding, Halloween is a great option. It’s a non-traditional day for weddings, as well as allowing for creativity that isn’t seen in conventional ceremonies.

If you are planning on getting married at the end of October and love Halloween, why not incorporate pumpkins and goblins into your wedding theme? From ghoulishly gorgeous decorations to spellbound stationery – Perfect for Halloween nuptials; that is exactly what Luke and Gemma decided to do, for a spooky and stylish day to remember when they both tied the knot at the Glasshouse on the Lock (Holiday Inn Camden Lock), back on Thursday 31st October 2019 giving ’til death do us part’ a whole new meaning.

“Dress how you fancy or in fancy dress” – Luke and Gemma opted for a red and black colour palette which worked (a total treat) and was more sophisticated than scary! All staff on the day, including photographers (Sam Lane Photography) attended in fancy dress – Even the registrars wore black and red!

Samantha Lane of Sam Lane Photography
embraces the hauntingly beautiful Game of Thrones throne, guillotine, hangman’s gallows and coffin photo props.

What do guests wear to a Halloween Wedding? Dress in neutral or darker colours to ensure you won’t clash with the decor at the reception. Plus, a dress or suit suited to Halloween will go well with any Halloween themed mask or accessory you may choose.

We caught up with the happy couple a few months ago as Luke and Gemma were preparing for the new addition to their family!

Just last month they welcomed baby Conor, the Cutest pumpkin in the whole patch, in time for him to enjoy his first Halloween!

Congratulations Luke and Gemma!