Cassie and Lewis Byrom - both die-hard fans of the JK Rowling’s classic fantasy novels, got engaged in 2015 in Diagon Alley in Harry Potter World in Orlando, Florida and spent a whole year planning a magical wedding which wouldn't be forgotten quickly.
The couple had transformed the Midland hotel in Manchester, UK into their own great hall for their reception with 130 invited guests.
Everything was made from something in the Harry Potter books, 'the couple's cake was designed with Lego figurines of Lord Voldemort and Cassie's favorite character Bellatrix Lestrange - and the seating plan was arranged by the Sorting Hat', Mirror UK reports.
Each seat had a Golden Snitch made from Ferrero Rochers with wings and all tables had center pieces made from potions books, spells and horcruxes.
Faces of the newlyweds and their wedding guests were used in the wanted posters from the ministry of magic.
The bride wore a red garter which was decorated with the Hogwarts coat of arms, she along with her bridesmaids carried paper bouquets made from over 20 cut-up Harry Potter novels.
Cassie and Lewis' wedding rings were presented on a copy of the Half Blood Prince, and were inscribed 'Always' - Severus Snape's pledge to Harry's mum, Lily, while the bride's 18-yr-old niece read from The Order of the Phoenix.
Guests were made to wear golden snitch bracelets while the couple took photos as they acted out some scenes include the last battle between Harry and Voldemort with wands.