IT WAS more like something out of a horror film than a traditional wedding.

However that was just how Hampshire couple Debbie Clarke and Norman Clifton would have wanted it as they tied the knot in spooktacular fashion.

Guests arrived to the horror wedding bash of the year at Ampfield Golf Club on a Terminator limo with smoke coming out behind them.

Bride Debbie, 51, dressed as Dracula's bride and groom Norman, 55, came suited as a modern day Dracula.

Even the bridesmaids got in the spirit of things on Saturday as they dressed up as zombies while the page boy Jayden Bishop, 12, who is Debbie's grandson, got dressed as a mini dracula and carried the rings in a mini coffin-shaped box.

The couple, from Chandler's Ford, have been together for seven years and got the inspiration to do the Hallowe'en wedding after enjoying a spooky murder mystery at the golf club two years ago.

Debbie said friends and family were initially taken aback with the Hallowe'en-theme, but they soon warmed to it.

She said: "At first they were a bit shocked, but when it sunk in they were so excited and couldn't wait.

"All our friends said it was one of the best weddings they were looking forward to.

"It lived up to expectations, everyone dressed up and looked wonderful. Even our chauffeur was dressed up for it."

From zombies, ghouls, draculas and even a voodoo doctor there was a real range of grizzly-dressed guests who got into the spirit, and the only person not dressed up for the occasion was the vicar.

Debbie added: "The guests said out of all the weddings they have been to, this is the one they are going to remember."