Halloween II

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Halloween wedding ?

does anyone know any sites that have pictures of halloween wedding pictures ? Any sites with ideas for a halloween wedding ?

16 Responses to Halloween wedding ?

  • Swirly says:
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  • suz' says:

    Have you tried to google it? I can’t think of anything other then trying to google it.

  • joshybear says:

    a halloween wedding sounds kinda stupid to me

  • EHS says:

    Last thing I want to do is marry a witch. Look at what happened to Bill Clinton and John Kerry.

  • cynthetiq says:

    Ooooh! That sounds like fun! My brother was supposed to have a halloween wedding but it never happened. I really wish I had waited a few months so I could’ve had mine then. Congrats!




  • Autumn Lover says:

    I love Halloween and this time of the year – what a wonderful time to get married!

    Try searching for Halloween weddings, or use google. Best of luck and GREAT CHOICE!!!

  • greeneyed_clergy says:

    I personally have never officiated a Halloween wedding but have had a friend do one. They ARE great & alot of fun!

  • totallylost says:

    Tina, what a wonderful idea. I just love Halloween. My husband made me 2 life size coffins for my birthday a couple of years ago, and I just was so happy. Don’t let me scare you, I am not totally wacky, I just really enjoy Halloween. If I could go back and redo my wedding, I think I would do what you are planning.

    I don’t know of any sites for halloween weddings, but I see another answerer to question gave you a few, but I had a few ideas I wanted to share with you. If you plan on getting married next Halloween, after Halloween this year, go to the stores, and buy decorations when they are marked down. You can load up on all kind of stuff. My husband and I were in Kmart one year and got Halloween items 90% off.

    Are you going to ask that the quests come in costumes too? So, they can get into the "spirit" of the wedding. I seen a cake that was patterned after Jack the Pumpkin King, it was grogeous. We decorate our yard, and have had several haunted houses. If you have a beauty school around your area, check with them for the manniguan heads that they practice on. We use them for decorations, and making fake people. If you lived close by, my husband craves the most beautiful pumpkins. you could have the steps lined with craved pumpkins. We have built a torture rack, and the old fashion guilatine. We also have the things that you put your head through and hands. Like they did back in the Purtain days. For your reception, you could build some of those and let the quests take pictures. They aren’t hard to make and pretty cheap too. There’s so much you can do, and one thing about Halloween props they don’t have to be perfect and beautiful. We made candle holders, and cages for creatures. Sam’s has the coolest vampire bat, it’s large and lights up $60. I am hoping for one of those for my birthday this year. lol

    Make some awesome punch with frozen hands floating in it. We used red punch, and frozed clear ginger ale in plastic gloves. The possiblities are endless, I am so excited for you, wish I could help you. Lots of candles, orange and purple lights…Walmart. Again, if you got some cash this year you could really get some nice things. The hobby stores carry more items you could use at the receptions like trays and bowls. A lot of decorations you can make yourself, ghosts can be made out of cloth or for outside you can use plastic white garbage bags. The dollar tree stores have nice little halloween what-knots that you could use when doing your centerpeices, and again after the 31st you could get them for a fraction of the cost. Make sure you get a notebook and if you have a digital camera take pictures of everything you have so you won’t over buy or buy the same thing twice.

    You just have the most happiest of weddings, and the spookiest!

    God bless us all…………..

  • Tonya says:

    Halloween Bride: A slim fitting dress in the "Mortica – Addams Family style" would work nicely. You many also choose to have your gown died black or red. Add a black cape with red lining, black veil and long, sleek black gloves.

    Halloween Bridesmaids: Slim fitting black, red, orange or yellow dresses with matching capes. Instead of a regular neckline, consider having a seamstress add a high, stiff collar to frame their faces. Use tiara’s in their hair or matching ribbons.

    Halloween Groom and Groomsmen: Black tuxedo’s with red cummerbunds. Another option would be black shirts, black slacks and a red-lined black cape with high collar.

    Halloween Wedding Bouquets
    Carry red, orange or yellow flowers mixed with black roses. If you’ve decided to use orange as a wedding color, you may wish to opt for orange colored flowers such as: Orange Hawkweed, Day Lily’s, Tiger Lily’s, Orange/Yellow
    Freesia’s, Orange Roses, Orange Poppy’s. Remember that you can often get a variety of flowers dipped or dyed to suit your wedding colors.

    Halloween Wedding Centerpieces
    Decorate hollowed out gourds or small pumpkins with black, red, orange and/or yellow flowers. Add a few props to the arrangement, such as small scarecrows, plastic pumpkins, small ghosts, gold stars or moon, etc.

    Create miniature tombstones from Styrofoam painted dark grey. Add a catchy epitaph and decorate the base with a miniature flower bouquet.

    Orange and black pillar candles in varying heights placed on small round mirrors. Tie a coordinating ribbon bow around the base of the candle. Scatter a few fake leaves in autumn colors on the mirror.

    Wrought-iron style candelabras with taper candles.

    Halloween Wedding Decorations
    Decorate doorways and the front of tables with black and orange, red or yellow crepe paper. Or drape with black netting and added contrasting bows where the netting is secured.

    Get large dead branches and use as tree props. Add white, yellow or orange miniature Christmas lights to the branches. Secure in pots filled with sand and covered with shiny orange or black wrapping paper. Place around room.

    Make a large round moon from cardboard covered with shiny yellow wrapping paper and secure from the ceiling. Add a " flying witch" next to it. Create additional atmosphere with hanging bats and gold stars.

    Place a coffin in one corner of the room (you can easily make one from large cardboard boxes and paint it black). Add Dracula to the coffin by stuffing a dark suit with a white shirt, adding a cape and placing a Dracula mask over a
    balloon. You can also make several tombstones from cardboard boxes, paint in grey, add a funny epitaph and place these around the walls of the room.

    Instead of your usual grinning jack-o-lantern, consider having pumpkins carved in unique designs. There are many patterns available and they would provide a unique touch to your wedding. Place the pumpkins throughout the room, but be sure if you are using candles, that they are not near anything flammable and cannot easily be tipped over. Better yet, consider using a battery-powered light or one that can be plugged in nearby.

    Cover the top of the tables in black or midnight blue tablecloths. Decorate these with gold sparkled fabric pens in the shapes of stars, suns and moons (use stencils that can be bought for stenciling walls with paint).

    Place a large cauldron on the main serving table and add dry ice to create a smoke effect. (Do not use this to serve drinks from).

    Halloween Wedding Entertainment
    Hire a fortuneteller to dress up as a gypsy and give short readings. You can opt to pay for this and come up with a set price for the evening, or have guests pay for their own readings. Be sure they are kept short (5 to 10 minutes) and that the price reflects this.

    Have the DJ play songs such as the Monster Mash, Ghostbusters, Thriller and other suitable Halloween songs throughout the evening.

    Halloween Wedding Favors
    Use the traditional Halloween treat bags and fill with Halloween candy.

    Give candles, such as novelty Halloween candles, orange/black votive candles in a clear holder, 2 tapered candles tied together with raffia ribbon. Spiff up the candles with small decorations such as plastic spiders, autumn leaves, gold moon and star stickers, etc.

    Make homemade chocolates or iced sugar cookies in the shapes of ghosts, pumpkins, witches, sun, moon, stars, tombstones, etc. Package several together in cellophane or in Halloween decorated bags/boxes and tie with black and orange ribbon.

    Fortune cookies make great favors. You can opt to use the fortunes found in pre-packaged fortune cookies or make your own cookies and fortunes, and insert them into the cookie. (Check the Internet for recipes).

    Suggestions for Guests to Halloween Weddings
    Instead of requesting that your guests dress in any type of costume, consider asking them to find costumes and clothing that are more refined, but still related to Halloween. Basically, instead of dressing like the Wicked Witch of the West or some gruesome monster, they find one that is more fashionable and sleek to fit in with a wedding.

    For example, women could wear dresses in black with orange or yellow accessories, dress up like Morticia Addams or Elvira, be a sassy devil, an enchanting sorceress or a Victorian vampiress. Men could dress as Dracula, a 1920’s gangster, Jack the Ripper, a medieval cleric or monk, an evil wizard or a werewolf dressed in a suit. You get the idea. Keep it fun, but more in keeping with a wedding, rather than a typical Halloween party where anything goes. And remember to take lots of pictures and videos. This is one
    style of wedding that is sure to bring lots of laughter and fond memories over the years.

    Good Luck hope this helps 🙂

  • lawnninja says:

    Here’s an idea…. guests come in costume but pick a theme- will make for more fun and awesome pictures (and take some stress away from the guests…not everyone likes to dress up or is creative)…
    Just a thought… hubby and I were thinking of getting married on halloween (6 years ago) but wound up doing April Fool’s Day instead as it appealed to both of us more (for halloween my husband likes to dress up and I like to plan the stuff but not big into the "me in costume" part…)

  • collegebusygirl says:

    My grandparents got married on halloween. I think it’s cool… herees one site, but just google it, tons of sites come up…

  • nanny says:

    You should google. The idea is really creepy; I don’t know why anyone would want those memories…..

  • welches_grape_jelly says:
  • empire895 says:

    What a great idea!!! There are so many good ideas already submitted too! Definitely use the Addams Family Theme for introductions of the parents…. and have the MC use a ghoolish voice when doing the intros etc…… wow!

    This is a great idea, I’m surprised nobody else has tried this before. Or maybe they have… do a google search for Halloween Weddings…… good luck!

  • Cinnamon says:

    This woman’s wedding was gorgeous:

    Lots of inspirational pics:

    The beauty of a Halloween wedding is that you don’t have to wear an expensive white gown. You can wear anything from black to burgundy to purple to whatever. You (and your fiance) can dress up in any costume of your choice.

    You could go with lots of traditional fall decorations and just have everyone dress up. Mention that costumes are requested so that guests have time to plan what they are going to wear.

    http://www.oriental.com and http://www.currentcatalog.com have cute ideas and favors.

    You could have a candy buffet table with Halloween candy of your choice.

    For favors, you could make cds with your favorite Halloween music and put your favorite Halloween pics on the cover and cd itself.

    Name your tables (and corresponding placecards) after your favorite Halloween/horror movies and put a postcard sized mini-poster of each on an easel so guests can locate them.

    If you see anything this year that you like in the Halloween section at various stores, grab it because it won’t be there next year.

    I think a Halloween wedding sounds like a blast and memorable in a good way, and you can be very creative with it.

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