Bewitching Halloween Wedding: Kristen & David in Orange, CA

Kristen and David first met in a bar in Downtown Fullerton. "It's a magical story, really," Kristen joked. After dating for nearly two years, David proposed during a camping trip at Casper's Wilderness Park. "We were sitting around the camp and he was getting all fidgety and nervous; he didn't know quite what to do with himself," recalled Kristen. "He went into the tent for 'something' and called me in after him and popped the question. It was so sweet and a very special moment for the both of us."

A hand-drawn sign welcomed guests to the Jones Victorian Estate.

Kristen and David first met in a bar in Downtown Fullerton. "It's a magical story, really," Kristen joked. After dating for nearly two years, David proposed during a camping trip at Casper's Wilderness Park. "We were sitting around the camp and he was getting all fidgety and nervous; he didn't know quite what to do with himself," recalled Kristen. "He went into the tent for 'something' and called me in after him and popped the question. It was so sweet and a very special moment for the both of us."

Kristen's gown, designed by Jim Hjelm, caught her eye as she was heading out the door after a fifth unsuccessful shopping trip. "I saw it and had to go back in the dressing room to try it on," said Kristen. "I fell in love."

The ring bearer carried the rings in a mini coffin.

The bride's bouquet featured succulents, thistles, and various other orange, yellow, and purple blooms.

The orange and black wedding invitation set the tone.

On the day of the wedding, David gave Kristen a beautiful amethyst necklace that he found on Etsy.

David found his wedding-day attire at Nordstrom, and the groomsmen each chose their own.

The bridesmaids each chose their own dress and carried floral-filled lanterns down the aisle. "I saw another bride used lanterns instead of bouquets for her wedding, and I thought, 'why not do both?'"

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