Halloween Wedding

So why not a wedding on Halloween?

Linda Cloutier and Arthur Sutton were married on Halloween in 1994. It was a second marriage for Linda and the first for Arthur.

“I wanted to include him in the planning so I let him pick the colors and theme,” explained Linda. “His favorite color is orange and his favorite holiday is Halloween.”

It was an easy decision for the couple as they planned their wedding on Halloween complete with black and orange decorations and “trick or treat” shirts and shawls worn by guests.

“In having a Halloween wedding, Arthur said that he would never forget the anniversary,” noted Linda. “And he never has!”

Photo captions:

“Head Table With Pumpkins”- Black and orange colors were everywhere including at the head table at Linda Cloutier’s and Arthur Sutton’s Halloween wedding.

“Wedding Cake Halloween Bowls” – Ghosts and jack-o-lanterns adorned the wedding cake with a witch and the Grim Reaper standing by.

“Dining Table” – Orange and black candles lit the head table at this 1994 wedding. From left to right, the bride’s son, Benjamin Cloutier, Arthur Sutton, Linda Cloutier, the bride’s daughter, Diana Cloutier, and the bride’s mother, Thelma Alexander.

“Wedding Collage” – With a bit of artwork, the couple created a photo memory poster of their unusual Halloween wedding.

“Bride Groom” – The happy couple. Note the bride’s black hat and orange fluffed veil.

“Bride” – Linda Cloutier stayed somewhat traditional with a white wedding dress. But with the Halloween theme, she chose a black jacket and black hat to accompany the bridal white gown.

“Zorro Arrives” – Linda’s son, Benjamin, looks a bit like the TV character, Zorro, complete with a cape, mask and sword. His sister, Diana, seems to enjoy the fun.

“Wedding Moms” – Even the bride and groom’s mothers got into the Halloween spirited wedding. At center, Arthur’s mother, Janette Sutton, and at right, Linda’s mother, Thelma Alexander.

“Happy Couple” – The wedded couple give a toast for a wedding to remember.

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