Phantom Of The Opera Meets Interview With A Vampire Wedding

Halloween has passed but we still admire some gorgeous weddings inspired by various Halloween-related stuff. Misty and David’s Memphis wedding was 1930s formal meet 1800s masquerade ball. Misty wanted their ceremony to look like something out of Interview with a Vampire, and a mixture of 1920s and 1930s Hollywood glam meets old world Parisian brothel! The ceremony was therefore inspired by a mixture of elements from Phantom of the Opera and Interview with a Vampire – formal yet dark, intense and mysterious.

Their wedding day was dark and dramatic, with candles lining the aisle as the main form of lighting and leading to the staircase altar, was inspired by the Theatre des Vampires scene in Interview with the Vampire. The couple looked at the wedding as a death of our former selves and the individuality from which they would rise again, bound together as one for eternity.

Misty did look beautiful in her Pnina Tornai mermaid dress covered in silk and Swarovski crystal details alongside a crystal forehead tiara and art deco crystal earrings. Her bridesmaids were also the epitome of romantic fantasy in burgundy ballgowns with velvet corsets and tulle layered skirts, and David wore a black tuxedo with tails. David was wearing a morning suit for an ultimately elegant look.

The wedding cake was composed of several parts, burgundy, gold and white tiers, all decorated in different ways and displayed on stands with crystal pendants.

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