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'Til Death Do Us Part: How to Throw a Classy Hallowedding


A Halloween wedding is not for a bride who is faint of heart. Some autumn brides might shy away from this theme but a bride who is daring enough to take on the challenge is rewarded with lots of treats and no tricks. Whether you want to keep the theme mild with gothic touches or go all out and pay homage to your favorite holiday, here are a few ideas to get you in the Hallowedding mood!

Set the mood with spooky save the dates and invites
These skeleton hand save the dates are subtle but a clear indicator to your guests that they can expect a gothic themed wedding. (Found on Off Beat Bride)
 We love these spirit board invites because they give a more lighthearted take on the Hallowedding theme. (Found on Etsy)
You don’t necessarily have to go this far with sending out spooky save the dates but we just love this spine-chilling idea! (Found on HubPages) 
Skeletons, Spiders, and Cobwebs Oh My!
 Get the help from a friendly skeleton to show guests the way to the ceremony! (Found on Bridal Guide)
 You don’t need to have an all black color scheme for the big day, dark purples and reds are the perfect color combination for a spooky fall wedding. (Found on Rock n Roll Bride)
Caramel apples are the perfect favor for any fall wedding but with some cookie crumbs and few plastic spiders, you have an enhanced Hallowedding favor! (Found on Happy Wed)
Ditch the Flowers for more festive centerpieces
 If your venue allows candles, this easy DIY project will set an mystical mood for your reception. (Found on Remodelista)
For a little bit of glamour drape some crystals around black branches in a pretty vase. (Found on Afloral)
Instead of table numbers, try these DIY crystal orbs with different eerie images. (Found on Bead and Cord)
Make sure you are drop dead gorgeous on your big day
You don’t need to wear all black to fit the theme, a subtle touch like the striking spider brooch is a simple way to stick to the theme….  (Found on Huffington Post)
...But there is absolutely nothing wrong with committing to the theme all the way to the theme. (Found on Preowned Wedding Dresses Blog)
Black overlay on top of an ivory lining creates a perfect balance for your bridal look (and we love those bouquets!). (Found on My Hotel Wedding)
A festive topper will take the cake
You said it in the vows, why not put it on the cake too? (Found on Etsy)
This topper will give a more simple cake a monstrous touch. (Found on Trend Hunter)
Let your guests know that even as the undead, your love is eternal!  (Found on the Fashion Caker)