A Camelot Wedding in Epping, New Hampshire

From Gryffindor scarves to a sorting hat and potion bottle centerpieces, April and Jordan's whimsical Harry Potter-inspired wedding in Epping, New Ham

From Gryffindor scarves to a sorting hat and potion bottle centerpieces, April and Jordan's whimsical Harry Potter-inspired wedding in Epping, New Hampshire was nothing short of magical.

A fun leopard print sign welcomed guests as they arrived to the ceremony. To go with the whimsical Hogwarts-inspired theme, a white owl was perched on the top of the wrought iron gateway.
The couple showed off their Gryffindor pride with burgundy and yellow striped socks for Jordan and dainty bows for April's bridal flats.
For her bridesmaids, April chose floor-length gowns in dark gray and champagne. The gowns had ruched sweetheart bodices and elegant pearl cap sleeves with pearl bracelets and earrings to tie the look together. Each girl also wore a colorful floral hair accessory and matching shoes in the colors of Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff.
April recreated the signposts found in Hogsmeade and at Hogwarts.
April's gown was a strapless A-line style with a beaded corset bodice and feathery tulle skirt that fit perfectly with her whimsical wedding theme.
Camelot at The Holy Grail in Epping was the perfect spot for the couple's wizarding wedding. Once I saw Camelot, I KNEW this was the place. It was a little faux town with cobblestones and a thatched roof! There was even a suit of armor inside. How is that not Harry Potter? says April. The couple dressed up the space with handmade signs that looked like the ones found on the streets of Hogsmeade.
Jordan and his groomsmen added a fun touch to their look with black suspenders, skinny ties in Hogwarts colors and matching scarves.
April and Jordan put a unique personal touch on their wedding bands. They had the inside of each ring engraved with a sentimental quote from the Harry Potter series - After all this time? in Jordan's and Always. in April's.
The reception tables were set with black linens, silver chargers and napkins in the Gryffindor colors.
April and Jordan put a fun twist on their advice cards with Mad Libs printed on antiqued paper and with the same Hocus Pocus font used on the series' books.
April made each of the table numbers herself with patterned papers and thunderbolt numbers.
April handmade bouquets of comic book and paper back flowers for each table and arranged them in funky leopard print mason jars.
Jordan's grandmother made the two-tier vanilla cake with buttercream frosting. They decorated the cake with an owl cake topper and handmade paperback flowers.
April and Jordan knew immediately that they wanted I Don't Mind by Defeater to be their first dance song. I have a recording from a few years ago of Jordan singing it to me in the car. It has always made me cry. I knew that one day it would be our wedding song. says April.