An Ode to Halloween : Masquerade Wedding at Thornewood Castle

THE COUPLE: Paying homage to their favorite holiday, Danielle and Dane masked their identities, declared, “until death do us part”, and hosted a masquerade ball on Halloween Night.

THE DESIGN: Using the 15th Century, English castle as their main decoration, the bride carefully selected and handmade details that would compliment the regal interior and elegantly capture the essence of Halloween. 

THE DRESS: Donning her grandmothers 1950’s, Italian made gown; accessorized by pearls, and a bouquet of red roses, accented with black feathers, Danielle was indeed, the Belle of the Masquerade Ball. 

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FROM THE BRIDE: I am very proud to have used all local and small business vendors for all the wedding services. Also, I am pleased that I was able to coordinate and to have made all of the decorations. 

Credits: 
Bridal Gown
Heirloom gown passed down from the Brides Grandmother
Florist
Grooms Attire
Hair/Makeup
Paige Osborne
Catering
Wedding Planner
Danielle Pecha (Bride)