Just when you think you’ve seen all you can see with zombie weddings, Racheal and Shannon bring it all back home with their Thriller flash mob wedding in New York. Both old skool and totally new, this zombie wedding has an epic first look, an outdoor ceremony, a bonfire, and professional dancers making sure we know Michael is still king and nothing replaces Thriller.
Let’s take a peek at these two ladies making it official with a zombie slant…
Using only a few craft items (mold rubber, a paper cup, some quick-drying plaster, ink, boxes, and some moss), you can trip out your Halloween wedding guests with a faux severed finger inviting them to your spooktastic wedding. If you’ve got a little time on your hands and the bollocks to wig a few folks out (most guests will surely love it!), this is the Halloween save-the-date for you.
James and Ashley are Halloween fiends, so this Halloween wedding with gas masks, a zombie cake, and Beetlejuice ring hand gave us chills in ALL the best ways. Don’t miss Ashley’s short and sweet Halloween-inspired dress, the zombie hand holding the rings, the orange and purple accents everywhere, the pumpkin cufflinks, and the masquerade masks and gas masks… making this a total mask-erade wedding.
Ashley hand-painted the cake toppers on their spider web Halloween cake to include their zombie pooch. Are you ready to see this killer zombie gas mask-erade wedding?! We are, too…
Halloween weddings always give us some eerie fodder for swooning. And we never get enough! This time around, we wanted to scare up some new Halloween wedding inspiration from some of our favorite offbeat vendors who specialize in finding the glam in the creepiness.
From classy succulent pumpkins and fabulous costumes to zombie unity ceremonies and rib cage ties, we’ve got some KILLER ways to amp up your Halloween wedding. Raise your hand in the comments if you’ve got some spoopy planned at your upcoming wedding.
A couple weeks ago, I was interviewed by a journalist writing for Yahoo Style about Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams and his zombie-themed wedding photos. This is a great excuse to talk about the zombie wedding trend — and whether it’s peaked.
Have you ever seen a zombie-themed wedding shower with Alice in Wonderland influences? I’m going to wager not and will quickly remedy that right now. If you’re preparing for that inevitable zombie apocalypse, it helps to train your nearest and dearest at every opportunity. So Hope and Ehud’s bloody coed wedding shower with bloody clothes, water balloons, and awesomely contrary Alice details does the job perfectly.