Midnight Halloween Wedding

April 26th, 2013

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Spooktacular Heather And Eddie Poore Wedding

December 10th, 2010

Heather with her Mother and Father-in-Law

Heather with her Mother and Father-in-Law

 

Family and friends in a wild array of of costumes ranging from Beetlejuice to a pair of jail birds packed the small banquet room at the Compass Cove in Myrtle Beach, waiting for the festivities to begin.

 

Heather and Eddie kissing

Heather and Eddie kissing

 

After dimming the house lights and projecting a purple wash of color on and around the dance floor, the Grand Entrance further set the tone for this Halloween-theme wedding reception, as the wedding party milked out their introductions with some interpretive dance moves to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”

 

Mixing into Flo-Rida's "In the Ayer" from Taio Cruz's "Dynamite" towards the finale

Mixing into Flo-Rida's "In the Ayer" from Taio Cruz's "Dynamite" towards the finale

 

Heather and Eddie’s wedding guests were mostly comprised of young, feel-good, southern-fried country folks in their 20s and 30s who liked their Country Music mixed with a healthy dose of Southern and Classic Rock, old and new Hip-Hop, and frequent medleys of pumped up, faster-tempo, contemporary “Pop-type” dance music. For the most part, the partiers were a loud and demonstrative crowd who had a lot of fun on the dance floor. I have a great time programming specific selections featured on “Must Play” lists when they are received with such enthusiasm. I feel honored to have been a part of such a really happy celebration. Blog submitted by Larry Green.

Halloween Wedding Reception Hall

October 28th, 2010

 

Who wouldn’t love a Halloween theme wedding? Check out this video showcasing a very unique wedding theme that looks really fun. This wedding has all the makings of a great horror movie complete with pumpkins, bats, monsters and awesome table centerpieces all with the traditional black and orange colors very prominent. Who says a wedding has to be white or encompass soft pastel colors? I love when brides think outside the box and create a truly memorable wedding reception. I’m sure every invited guest to this affair remembers it fondly.

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