As mentioned yesterday, Eve & Anthony had an amazing Halloween wedding weekend in Santa Barbara. Not wanting to go overtly Halloween with the design, but also not wanted to completely ignore the holiday, the aesthetic had old world touches that one might see in a beautiful yet slightly creepy mansion from another time. The ceremony was held at the Natural History Museum in downtown Santa Barbara completely with Spanish lanterns from the 1800′s, loosely gathered blooms and herbs and a bride in the most gorgeous vintage gown one would ever see. The celebration took place at the Four Seasons Biltmore and was decked out with dusty old books, wrought iron candelabras with dripping candles everywhere, vintage lace linens and even a tarot card reader gave a nod to the day while still remaining timeless and appropriate for a wedding and celebration . Take a peek at the images from Amy and Stuart and hop on over to Style Me Pretty if you’re dying to see more.



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