Patrick took the sugar beast to task with that candy corn, and it's making us long for Halloween weddings to come back. Only a little while longer, and we'll be rolling around like puppies in fall leaves looking at your Halloween wedding photos.
In the meantime, let's get inspired by some spooky, creepy, and glam Halloween wedding ideas from the past year.
Use your fashion to make a hauntingly gorgeous statement
When wedding parties get taken down by Walkers, sometimes you'll go with them. At least the dress was epic.
A green gown, a purple suit, and Jack Skellington as your officiant? All our Halloween wishes and caviar dreams have been answered.
Give your signs a spooky vibe
Sarah and Jillian's Halloween costume-optional queer wedding had some gorgeous hand-written Halloween-y signs.
Megan and Marshall knew just how to creep out their guests in juuust the right way.
Retro scary save-the-dates
Inject movie magic into your ceremony
A ceremony book of which Miss Argentina would absolutely approve.
He who must not be turned into a pumpkin? Nope!
Lauren and Steve know which vampires are the ones to celebrate in your centerpieces. Shout out to all my fellow fans of The Lost Boys. I know you're out there.
Rock a fancy dress costume contest
Feed your inner food beast
Janeria and Dwayne's Halloween pop-up wedding in Brooklyn rocked this most excellent Halloween dessert table by Cake Pops by Jenn.
Domenica and Brian's funky Halloween cake… errr takes the cake?
Domenica and Brian's dessert table is a drool-worthy Halloween masterpiece not worth missing. Go see!
How's your planning coming along, Halloween couples? What details will you be rocking at your Halloween wedding? Goth decor, skulls, a massive costume party, or maybe just downing a giant glass of candy corn? Let us know in the comments!
Comments on Ouija, Beetlejuice, and trophies: creepy and glam Halloween wedding ideas
That “One cupcake is poisoned” sign is brilliant- totally cracks me up! If it were only my side of the family in our wedding, I will totally do that…sadly, the fiance’s family has not much of a sense of humor. But I do love gratuitously enjoying other people’s Halloween-themed weddings!
That cupcake sign is one of my faves ever! So far our planning is coming along pretty well! We are having a fairly conservative Halloween wedding compared to some – especially the likes of those featured here. We are having a formal masquerade ball reception, no costumes, with an elegantly gothic Edgar Allen Poe vibe. My main gown is a giant satin ball gown but the beading is all black and grey. Our favours will be trick-or-treating from table-to-table with black and red sparkly takeout containers. Decor will be lots of red and black roses, black candelabras, and bird cages with ravens. It won’t be too in your face with the Halloween but I definitely think it will be a wonderful reflection of my FH and I and my favourite holiday!
I looooove those Ouija save the dates!
Fantastic inspiration, love these ideas!
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