Posted by jade on 28 Oct, 2008
Halloween Wedding Touches that are Fierce, Not Freaky
It’s Halloween, so surely you can incorporate some bewitching beauty into your autumn wedding. To begin, just take a tip from this gorgeous spread from Hostess with the Mostess. Orange roses with brown ribbons? So scary-chic!
Bright Bridezilla: An Invitation to Incandescence
Maybe we watched Phantom of the Opera too much as a wee zilla, but we’ve always thought there was something spooky and grand about chandeliers. To kick your sultry Halloween wedding off right, send out these dazzling wedding invitations from Wedding Paper Divas.
Smores Buffet for Spirited Bridezillas
Double, double….Nothing says haute Halloween wedding like a smores bar! S’mores bars are simple, inexpensive and easy to set up. You can go classic campfire with supplies from your local grocery store or super elaborate by placing little cauldrons on every guest’s table. This Cosi kit contains everything you need for stress-free smores, including hibachi, smores platter, bamboo marshmallow skewers, marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate. A spooky spin on played-out fondue fountains, the gooey goodness of s’mores stations will have guests talking about your fab Halloween wedding for ages.
Bewitching Fashion for Halloween Bridezillas
Just because it’s Halloween does not mean you want to look like The Bridezilla of Frankenstein. Keep Halloween wedding fashion chic, not campy, when you perch this edgy little headpiece on your updo. This bubble veil top hat combo from Joeireedhats on Etsy is dead trendy, without being Halloween overkill. Pair it with a simple sheath and some long gloves for maximum autumn wedding style.
Have your bridesmaids follow suit with vintage bridesmaid dresses like this darling number from Petulie. Vintage bridesmaid dresses are charming and unique, and best of all, your bridesmaids might really want to wear them again.