Halloween Wedding Ideas

As it’s Halloween, let’s take a look at some tips and tricks to make for a spooky, yet romantic Halloween wedding that your guests will never forget!

 

BLACK/ DARK WEDDING DRESS

If you’re going to get married on or around Halloween, a dark or even black wedding dress will surely help you look the part; include black lace detailing for a proper gothic gown. Burgundy is also in this season, as well as velvet, so a burgundy velvet wedding suit will not go amiss on your Halloween wedding day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOTHIC VENUE/ LOCATION

If you’re really into Halloween, maybe look at choosing a spooky/gothic venue or location for your nuptials. Whitby is the gothic capital of the UK, so if you fancy getting wed where Dracula was inspired, venture here for a wedding to remember…

DRAMATIC FLOWER BOUQUETS

Think dark roses, with blacks, purples and dark forest greens, with maybe the addition of a few skulls here and there to take the theme to the next level.

NOIR WEDDING CAKE

Opt for a wedding cake that oozes blood (raspberry jam) when you cut into it. Go for an all black cake for a more elegant affair, or have your wedding cake modelled after one of your favourite scary movie characters for a real fright for your guests!

GRUESOME FOODIE TREATS

You can get away with mixing a little bonfire night into your Halloween wedding food, so toffee apples and parkin are allowed. Add a little pumpkin spice to any hot drinks and make ghoulish sweet treats such as strawberries dipped in white chocolate and decorated with googly fondant eyes.

SPOOKY DRINKS RECEPTION

Blood red drinks are a huge win here, so add a little grenadine into drinks for a gruesome touch to your cocktails. For something a little more grown up, put shots of something red into plastic food syringes,

GUESTS IN FANCY DRESS

This all adds to the fun of a Halloween wedding, and is a great ice-breaker too! Ask your guests to arrive in spooky fancy dress, for the most memorable wedding photos.

HALLOWEEN DECOR

Think of Halloween accents for your wedding décor; so webbing, lace, dark brocade patterns, candlelight and feathers can all provide a gothic decorative touch to your wedding décor, and paired with a gothic, maybe even haunted venue, you’re sure to spook your guests!

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