It’s a color explosion of papel picado & flowers at this Dia De Los Muertos wedding
Look, I love Halloween week, but when I see some super colorful Dia de los Muertos wedding inspiration, I know I’m in for a spectacular show. And in this case, that show is bright papel picado strung up in trees, rainbow ribbons, multicolored bouquets, a sexy glam wedding dress, a hot AF couple how rock that ink, and a gorgeous matte black meets colorful flowers cake.
A Dia de los Muertos-themed Sedona wedding in the Arizona mountains
Molly and Chris are from Ohio and decided to have a destination wedding in Sedona, AZ. Their main goal was just to be married among family and friends without a lot of “hoopla,” as they put it. A handful of the twenty or so guests invited helped set up the tent with traditional Mexican-themed decor such as sugar skulls, colorful flowers, and masks. In fact, all of the guests received masks as favors!
Let’s explore this gorgeous Sedona wedding…
Sugar skulls, succulents, and lanterns abound at this Dia de los Muertos wedding (with bonus GROOT CAKE!)
Arlene and Jared have always wanted to get married in the fall as it’s their perfect weather in Northern California. They’re also fully into all things Halloween, their Mexican culture, Dia de los Muertos, and sugar skulls, so this theme was a no-brainer. They chose a restaurant with authentic and fresh Mexican food and decor, Milagros Cantina, which meant decorating was far easier. But a few skulls, lanterns, terracotta pots, and succulents made an appearance. Jared’s brother Rian helped out by hiring a few of his music students to be our string quartet for the ceremony. Let’s peek at this Dia de los Muertos wedding in Redwood City, California.
Mariachi, glitter skulls, and limbo at Erin & Ryan’s Dia de los Muertos wedding
Glitter skulls, a mariachi band (just like the bride’s parents had), a now-traditional limbo competition, and tons of colorful paper flower decor make this Dia de los Muertos wedding a must-see. You won’t want to miss how the bride turned the first look on it’s head. It’s absolutely an idea you’ll want to steal. Wait until you see what the couple did instead of a first dance: think a wedding-wide game of Cards Against Humanity!
Viviana & David’s folklorico meets Dia de los Muertos wedding
A graffiti wall, papel picado, a sugar skull cake, and the cutest little red hat EVER… this is a Dia de los Muertos wedding you must see. Don’t miss the Mexican candy buffet/altar, emotional groom, and the extra special surprise naked demon woman at the ceremony!
A Dia de los Muertos wedding for the whole family
Both Kristin and Jon had been married before, so Kristin’s son walked her down the aisle. Awwwwwww!