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Beth & Brian’s Spooky & Spectacular Halloween Wedding to Remember!

October 22, 2012

Woahhh…did Beth and Brian have a wedding to remember! This occasion was both ghoulishly and beautifully executed to reflect Brian and Beth’s Halloween theme. On October 6th the couple promised, “til death do us part”, on the breathtaking Stone Tavern Farm in the Catskills.

The venue was perfect for the couples theme because it took place in  a beautiful barn filled with authentic haystacks and mason jar chandeliers covered in spider webs. Even the rainy weather was perfect for the day. The rain stopped just in time for the ceremony, but left a creepy Halloween feel in the air.

The bride and groom dressed perfectly for their themed wedding. Beth looked like a gorgeous snow white in a black and red corseted Victorian style dress. She even had lace up boots and a black lace veil to top off the elegant gothic look. Brian matched her perfectly in a black tailed suit with a top hat and a red tuxedo vest.

Guests played along dressing up like zombies or old fashioned town people while their Officient even had fake red eyes and goggles!

Guests even got to drink fresh apple cider and eye ball fruit punch during cocktail hour. Beth and Brian made sure that every detail even down to their drinks had a goulish feel.

After cocktail hour Beth and Brian (being hockey lovers) were greeted with an arch created  by their bridal party and surrounded by guests blowing bubbles.

As guests digested their cocktail snacks like pumpkin pie and cheese it was ready for the main coarse.

Brooks Barbeque provided a scrumptious finger licking dinner with ribs, chicken, potato salad, baked potato, and so much more. Everyone chowed down on their delectable feast at their tables that were decorated for Kings and Queens. The table was comprised of red, black and white table cloths, wine bottles, and SO many candles. Surrounding the candelabras were mini pumpkins, sparkled sculls, and tiny coffins filled with personalized guitar picks. After dinner (and for some, before dinner) guests helped themselves to a black and red candy buffet designed by SinfullySweet. The buffet had everything from licorice to Lindt chocolate overflowing the vases. Candy was not only included with the candy buffet, but also, in the seating arrangements. Guests picked up Pez dispensers with their seat names attached as they entered the reception. Halloween and Candy…a perfect combination and Beth and Brian definitely hit the mark! Check out all the awesome photos taken by Alen Fetahi Photography

Soon it was the cake cutting, and this couple did not just go for the traditional knife. They used a Samari Sword! The cake was surrounded by JJ’s Rockin’ Cupcakes which were adorned with tiny grave stones making the whole cup cake display look like an edible grave yard. If guests still hadn’t satisfied their sweet tooth hankering they certainly did after this. They grabbed cupcakes of flavors like Pumpkin Spice, Triple Chocolate, and Double Stuffed Oreojust to name a few.

As the sky grew dark the real party began as the death metal band took the stage. Soon everyone started head banging and letting loose, even the brides father started headbanging with his daughter Beth and the rest of the gang. Beth and Brian’s wedding was an extremely personalized experience where everyone who attended got a great feeling of how perfect this couple was for one another. Even though our companies name is Cinderella4aday princesses come in all different styles and not all wear glass slippers…some wear laced up combat boots with corsets and black lace veils.

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