(Closed) Halloween wedding. Help!

posted 9 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Martha Stewart has a cool online tutorial for glitter pumpkins.  If its a glam-masquerade ball, these would be very cool.  We make them every fall.  I mean long story short, you use white paint to paint a pumpkin (usually small ones) and cover it in glitter.  http://www.marthastewart.com/article/glittered-pumpkins

The photos on that site dont do them justice, they are beautiful (and this comes from me, who hates all things glittery and sparkly…except my E Ring )

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

OMG, can I PLEASE be invited?! =D Of course I’m not serious, but I absolutely LOVE the Phantom of the Opera! (I’m a phan! LOL. No, actually, I’m a dork.)

Definitely request that people come dressed for the occasion (ball gowns, suits/tuxes) on the invite. Just put "black tie attire requested" at the bottom of the invite. Another really cool thing you could do would be to have a make-your-own mask table at the reception — it could double as a favour! You’d need either pre-formed masks, or a template and some card stock, sticks/dowels, ribbon, feathers, sequins, glue, scissors, Sharpies (or, if you’re having kids, magic markers), lace/velvet/satin fabric scraps, glitter, etc.

Instead of a veil, you and your groom could wear masks at the ceremony, and "un-mask" each other. =) Very romantic, and cool!

For the cake, a square or topsy turvy cake would probably look cool…. Definitely try to stick some feathers in with your bouquet! (I’m picturing maple leaves, ostrich feathers, and deep burgundy roses if you’re okay with a red brown.)

A couple links:

http://www.weddingflowersvictoria.com/victoria_wedding_theme_masquerade.html

http://www.brides.com/forums/all-the-style-details/thread.jspa?threadID=37962&nbsp’ defer=’defer;

PS: Are you sure you meant this to be in photography? 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I would do lots and lots of pillar candles at all different heights.

I don’t know a fancy way to incorporate them, but it would be cool to use baby gourds and small orange and white pumpkins. maybe tie escort cards with a rich brown ribbon around them. 

Post # 8
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Honey bee

Here’s a cute placecard table:

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