Post # 1
What ideas would you implement? Trick or treat table as favors or caramel apples? Ask guests to dress in costume? Serve fall-type foods and beverages?
Those who are having Halloween themes, what ideas are you including?
Post # 3
I think a candy bar would be perfect for a Halloween wedding! I’m picturing a darker green and brown/black color scheme with orange accents (going straight orange and black would be a bit much I think).
I would absolutely NOT ask guests to wear costumes. That would be taking the theme way too far IMO. If you did a photobook though, it might be fun to have some wigs, fangs, hats, etc there so the photobooth is kind of costumey.
Post # 4
Our wedding is on Halloween this year – I wanted it to be a full on Masquerade Ball complete with masks and everything. About half way into planning FH told me he felt I was getting a little too into it, haahaahahaaa Thus we have chilled out. We have masks for the wedding party only and then the escort cards/favors are these silver pillow boxes stuffed with assorted candy. We’re also having a signature cocktail that will be a Pumpkin Spiced Martini or another Halloween themed cocktail
Post # 5
u could use pumkin color scheme/ lantern center pieces/ candy apples.. i dont think guests would enjoy wearing costumes to a wedding but i could be wrong
Post # 6
Maybe you could include pumpkins in the decor and centerpieces!
Post # 7
Some photo inspiration ……
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Post # 8
We’re doing a Halloween, “tick-or-treat” candy buffet. I’m tossing around the idea of putting up little frames with awful, cheesy jokes in them, like the kind your neighbors made you tell as a kid.
Our table numbers are posters from classic horror movies.
Our meal indicator on our place cards is a zombie for steak, a ghost for chicken and a bat for kids meals.
We’re doing some of our pictures inside a haunted house.
Black branch centerpieces for a “spooky tree” feel.
We wanted to have a Halloween-inspired wedding, not a Halloween wedding w/ costumes and such. Our overall feel is actually retro/50’s/pinup, mixed with horror movies and Halloween. I’m a goth kid at heart, I couldn’t resist. lol 🙂
Post # 9
I wouls use the white pumpkins, either whole, cut into Jack-o-lanterns, or tops cut off and cleaned out as “vases” for flowers.