Wednesday, November 17, 2010

A Midsummer Nights Dream

It's long over due...but here it is.

On June 26, 2010 Adam Green and I tied the knot in a private ceremony held in Malibu California. As this was a moment in our lives that was meant to be shared only with our family and closest of friends, we purposely did not publicly post or publish any information or pictures (though candid photos from some of our guests did manage to slip out on various social networking sites as is to be expected:). But since then I’ve had so many fans write in and ask if we were ever going to share any photos from the wedding, so not wanting to completely leave you all out, Adam and I picked just a very small handful of images that we felt comfortable sharing with the world and that we felt encapsulated our truly magical and amazing celebration. Picking through the hundreds and hundreds of photos and trying to pick just a few that we felt shared the essence without intruding too heavily into such a personal moment was not an easy task (which is partially why this blog is coming almost 6 months after the fact:)

As one guest said “Looking at the audience it was like Fashion Week meets a Horror Convention meets a Rock Concert meets a Golden Globes party.” We were married by our very close friend Dee Snider, in a ceremony that we wrote entirely ourselves- along with Dee’s own added flavor. When he pronounced us “husband and wife” it was not by "the power invested in the state of California", but by "the power invested in the rock gods above and by the power of Grey Skull!" It was a very funny, very personal, and very emotional ceremony as any great wedding should be and the evening as a whole was definitely the celebration of a lifetime. The outpouring of love and happiness in the air was way more overwhelming than I ever expected or have ever seen at any wedding and we partied with our friends long into the night after the actual reception was over.

Thank you to everyone who has sent their congratulations and well wishes and we hope you enjoy these very few but very special images from our big day.

Happily ever after-


ps: I have no idea why everything I write is underlined nor why I can't seem to figure out how to fix it!