Fun Halloween Weddings

The idea of a Halloween Wedding is a little scary itself. A couple can easily take the theme overboard and end up with more of a Halloween Party than a once in a lifetime event. However, there are some ways to take Halloween from tacky to classy and still have a lot of fun!



When people think of Halloween they often think of ghosts, ghouls, and candy.  However, there are many ways to turn Halloween into an elegant canvas for a wedding.  Incorporate orange and black into the wedding parties’ attire by mixing up the socks, bouquets or boutonnieres to add a slice of Halloween to a ceremony that’s a little outside the box.

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The reception venue can be transformed into fall by incorporating leaves, pumpkins, and local flowers.



If orange and black isn’t for you, white pumpkins can add the Halloween touch at the reception.



Adding little Halloween details throughout, from the place cards to the cake, are all ways to bring together a Halloween Wedding without going overboard. Just keep the elements tasteful and minimal and you are sure to have a fun and classy Halloween event.





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2. Susie Sefcik Photography via The Knot

3. Lisa Rigby Photography 

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Fall Wedding Inspiration Frenzy

With the hot summer days passing slowly and the cool crisp air of fall swinging in; it may be the perfect time to tie the knot.  The fall season brings a palate of colors that many may not necessarily think of glamour, but we have found some inspiring ideas to glam up a fall themed wedding.


Ceremony décor is anything but tough when it comes to an autumn wedding.  From hay bales to pumpkin aisle liners there is a plethora of options to spruce up a fall ceremony setting.


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 Maple leaves, fruits, and flowers can be stuffed into pumpkins for a more complete look!
To make an autumn table setting just right you can use different pieces such as apples, pines, pumpkins, gourds, candles, and leaves.  The maroon color tone fits in nicely with the traditional orange, yellow, and brown, which can often be over used.  Try to add more of a rustic tone to the tables and dress the center pieces up with the lighter yellows and oranges.
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dd4000 The cake can really tie in a simple theme such as fall colors or tones, adding orange/yellow flowers, leaves and pine cones bring a simple but elegant touch to any fall dressed cake!
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