Like the engraved Asscher-cut diamond on her left hand, the day Adrien said “I do” to Michael was a custom-made perfect match. With a full moon in the sky, Adrien and Michael’s “Hoover Hallowedding” would be a night to remember for all — and that’s not only because it ended with a family friend strutting his stuff to “Monster Mash” while wearing a T-Rex costume.

A ceremony complete with a fall color palette and white pumpkins paired with a Halloween-esque reception at 305 Trackside created a well-balanced blend of romantic and lively — an aesthetic fit for none other than the Hoovers.

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