Walking down the aisle and marrying the love of your life can be a pretty terrifying thing.
If there's one newlywed couple that knows this it's Nieves Zuberbühler and Julio Santo Domingo.
Over the weekend, Zuberbühler tied the knot with her Argentinian boo, and I think it's safe to say these two weren't the only ones who felt scared during the opulent ceremony.
No really, I'm serious. These two decided to show their guests a frighteningly good time by having an epic Halloween-themed wedding!
Because let's be real, nothing says "til death do us part" quite like having a bunch of skeletons crash your wedding ceremony, amiright?
If you're wondering where this all went down, the haunting Hallo-wedding was held in Brooklyn on Saturday night.
Apparently, the couple transformed Pioneer Works art gallery into a magical fantasyland that looked somewhat reminiscent of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
Except, you know, a hell of a lot spookier.
If that's not enough to give you a frightening case of wedding FOMO, you'll be glad to know that everyone was dressed in their Halloween best for the eerie occasion.
The groom decided to ditch the traditional black tux for a festive outfit and transformed himself into a badass, sword-wielding Musketeer for the ceremony.
Zuberbühler, on the other hand, decided to keep her look a little more classic and walked to the alter in a beguiling Brandon Maxwell wedding gown.
However, the bride did get in the Halloween spirit after exchanging vows with her Musketeer by switching into a short dress and some spooky light-up sneakers.
The reception was filled with a variety of famous faces disguised as everything from witches and goblins to unicorns and superheroes.
Plus, the wedding even had an Oompa Loompa glam-rock band and some topless nymphs to keep everyone entertained throughout the night.
So yeah, shit got pretty real at this Hallo-wedding.
I think it's safe to say the memories of this spine-chilling ceremony will haunt this happy couple and their ghoulish guests for all eternity.
Citations: This over-the-top Halloween wedding will knock your socks off (New York Post)