Our wedding, on Hallowe'en night, 2004.
We weaved in autumn themes, touches of Lord of the Rings, a good dose of Hallowe'en of course, as well as flourishes of our Celtic and Scottish backgrounds.
There were also a ton of guests who were involved in other, non-spooky (but still, probably funny) productions involving Kev and myself, sometimes produced, written or directed by others.
Of course, Kevin was involved in all of the spooky/silly productions post 2001, as well as the productions that were not so scary, but were definitely funny. To date the production he was most involved in, besides our marriage, was Space Zombies, where he was the DOP, Associate Producer, Sound Editor/Designer, Special Effects Editor/Designer, and the star! He had to handle technical aspects of its distribution right up to a little bit of prep work done for the DVD release this past spring! Finally, I think he is rid of this monster of a movie, but he'll never be rid of me. ;)
I'm really hoping we can have an anniversary/Halloween party - this time, in costume - in 2018 (our 15th anniversary)! I can't wait to be a Zombie Bride. ;)
And now, it's finally Hallowe'en! Go on and celebrate as you see fit. Watch horror movies (especially my horror movie!). See a live theatrical production especially tailored to the day. Beg for candy door-to-door, or give out candy, lest you be egged or TP'ed. Check out one of the parties, or local haunted house attractions. Go on a ghost walking tour. Don't miss out! It's only a once a year kinda thing...like Treehouse of Horror - (a) yearly custom (that) became an annual tradition.