Post # 1
So, originally my date was 10/10/10 becasue it was such a cool date but it was a Sunday so we changed to October 30th. Also, 10/30/10 is actually 5 yrs to the very date we met! We met at a Halloween party!
I’m going for an enchanted garden/romantic wedding vibe. Usind Manzanita trees and candles everywhere. I was thinking of maybe adding something playful and Halloweenish since it is the day before and it’s our fav holiday, but do not know what!
Any ideas? Do not want anything over the top because I want to keep with the romantic vibe but maybe a lil something?
Any other brides having something Halloween incorporated in their 10/30 wedding? And out of curiosity any 10/10/10 brides?? Such a cool date!
I found the attached picture online of a halloween cady buffet. Too much Halloween??
Post # 3
I am a 10-10 bride. Wow, that’s awesome to say! I am so excited…we got engaged on 12-22-09 and just decided on 10-10-10 this week:)
There will be lots of things you can incorpate into a 10-30 wedding!
Post # 4
My parent’s are finally getting married on 10-10-10… and what I can tell you is that they aren’t using any halloween decor. She is doing a vegas theme. which is going to work out awesome. They are going to have games and such.
For a halloween theme you could do some sort of haunted house/hotel (go with whatever your venue is) You could also do a masqerade ball… make is really fancy yet still halloween like. You can do anything in between as well.
If you put your mind to it, you can get really creative with this halloween wedding. Good luck.
Post # 5
efrau I don’t think that candy buffet picture is too much, but I’m biased.
It looks really cute and tempting!!!
Have a great time planning your Hallowedding and congrats!
Post # 6
Go for it! I considered a Halloween masquerade ball, but FH looked at my mom and I like we were nuts. He and I dig Halloween but I don’t think he liked the idea.
We are a 10-10-10 couple, going for a rock and roll glitzy feel.
Post # 7
I never think there’s too much of a thing as “too much Halloween.” If I could have sold it to my fiance’s family, I would have rocked the masquerade ball on the 30th. I would say that your enchanted garden theme will work really well for the season. If you want to do a Halloween candy buffet, I think you can totally go for it without it being too much. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!