Halloween-themed weddings are always fun and Carolyn and Geoff put together quite a special event. Held in Artspace in Raleigh, it was a perfect accompaniment for the unique and creative evening they had in mind. There are so many good photos to showcase their creativity so I will include a lot here and let them speak for themselves. Many of the photos are by their photographer, David E. Jackson.
Here are the cute aisle markers,
and the greeter at the guest book.
Loved this fun shot they had taken earlier in the year.
The ceremony was very touching in so many ways and Geoff brought out an even bigger smile on Carolyn’s face when he read his vows.
They decided to include an Anniversary Box ceremony. Both had written secret letters to each other to be placed into a box that would be opened on their first anniversary. Into the box would also go their favorite drink ingredients (rum and Coke) and the box would be formally sealed with their signets until their anniversary. Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall when those letters are read a year from now!
After the ceremony, everyone headed upstairs for the celebration. The bar was appropriately appointed with a huge cauldron and the seating chart was titled, “Your Final Resting Place.”
A cookie table is a tradition in Pennsylvania, where Carolyn and Geoff hail from, so all kinds of Halloween cookies awaited our pleasure at that table;
and the cake, made by Geoff’s Aunt Leah, was just perfect - spiders and all.
Sprinkled throughout the tables were fun decorations. Here are just a few.
Geoff designed Carolyn’s ring and isn’t this a clever shot of their rings together.
Here they are during their first dance.
Followed later by Carolyn’s choreographed-on-the-fly dance with her dad. The song for their dance was written and recorded by her dad specifically for that moment. They wowed everyone.
And Geoff’s sweet dance with his mom touched every heart in the room.
Their exemplary DJ for the night was Stephen Scott, who was having as much fun as the rest of us.
This is a photo of their VERY tall photographer, David E. Jackson, taken after the wedding. He flew in from out of town to photograph their wedding.
As the evening progressed, the guests had a few surprises of their own for Carolyn and Geoff.
So the Zombie Wedding Jamboree was a huge hit and all the zombies partied into the wee hours of the night. Carolyn and Geoff went off into their own crypt later, and the guests retired into theirs with the sights and sounds of a good time had by all.
Carolyn and Geoff, I hope your life together is every bit as fun as your wedding!