Hyper-Colourful Day of the Dead Wedding

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Melissa and Jay hosted their wedding in a family home. They wanted their wedding to be as vibrant and colourful as possible, with a Mexican fiesta theme and touches of Dia de los Muertos.

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“Jay is really into skulls and I love his heritage and bright colours so we really wanted the wedding to be a good mix of both of us”, said the bride. “So many couples tend to embrace muted, classic colours for their weddings but we did not! We also wanted to nod to our family unity. That was really important. The venue was incredibly personal as it was a family home.”

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“We wanted our ceremony to be like a pixie hollow fairy wonderland with a hint of colour. We also wanted to share with our family that it wasn’t just us uniting as one, it was all of us as a family. Our officiant, Eddie the Shaman, really helped us and put both of us at ease.”

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The couple, very luckily, have a wedding planner in the family. The bride’s aunt helped them plan the day. ” She honestly was my rock and made the process so easy. She also bought these wooden frames that she painted and glittered and put pictures from our engagement shoot on and placed them on the tables it was such a cute little accent. I loved everything about the wedding. I was just overwhelmed with the beauty of it all.”

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4 comments

  1. Cynthia

    Beautiful, this is my niece and her husband! Love them both and couldn’t have done this without Michele Butler Events and her crew! Thank you it was unforgettable!

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