If you are searching for some fall and Halloween wedding inspiration, please look no further. Last October 31st, Victoria Frank, daughter of Dorothea Benton Frank, tied the knot with her fellow chef fiancee. You can even check out her whole wedding story in the latest issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine!
As both Victoria and her now husband Carmine worked in the food industry for several years, they definitely wanted to incorporate their love for high-end cuisine into their big day. Carmine has worked at restaurants like Oceana, The Obstinate Daughter, and Wild Olive, while Victoria is currently penning her first cookbook. Of course, what better place to celebrate their wedding than Sullivan’s Island, right outside of Charleston, SC.
Several months before the ceremony, though, Victoria came into Gown Boutique with a vision in mind, and left having chosen this gorgeous Jim Hjelm by Hayley Paige number. With a cummerbund waist, lace bodice, and beautifully crafted cap sleeves, Victoria glowed with elegance! Her bridesmaids also found their dresses at Gown Boutique, choosing Bill Levkoff long pink gowns. They even accessorized their dresses with flower crowns, a nod to Victoria’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream inspiration.
With the help of well-known Charleston photographer Juliet Elizabeth Photography, Victoria and Carmine were able to capture all the beautiful and special moments from their day. Halloween wedding day design and decor were accomplished by Sage Innovations, with florals by Branch Design Studio and draping by JLV Creative Event Draping.
Hair and makeup for the bride and bridesmaids was styled by Ash and Co. The men wore tuxedos from Charleston Tuxedo, that were paired with bow ties from Brackish Bow Ties. The entire Halloween wedding party looked fantastic, and we are still obsessing over the pictures! Check more out below!