Think it’s weird to get married on October 31st? Consider that autumn is a beautiful season—and there’s no better way to throw a party than with oodles of candy and cool costumes! Check out these 13 spooktacular reasons to host a Halloween wedding:
- You can incorporate fall leaves into your bouquet/décor/invitations.
- You can use jack o’lanterns and glow sticks in your lighting.
- You always wanted a chic black wedding dress.
- You are just dying to label the wine as vampire blood, beer as witch’s brew, and mixed drinks as love potions.
- You believe in ‘till death do us part—literally.
- Your idea of a great date night involves monster movies and finger foods that look like fingers.
- You would love the flower ghouls and ring buriers to come in costume.
- Your reception dances can include “Thriller” and “Monster Mash.”
- You want to give away candy bags as favors.
- Your bridesmaids can carry brooms instead of bouquets.
- Your groom likes the idea of a vintage tux—cobwebs optional.
- You are set on getting married at a church; preferably in or near a graveyard.
- You always wanted a Harry Potter themed wedding.
Are you brave enough to tie the noose on All Hallow’s Eve?
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With cold weather creeping right around the corner, we’re bidding adieu to our favorite fall trends! Savory foods, bold colors, romantic sleeves, and metallic accessories transition us from the warm styles of autumn to darker, more wintery themes.
Bold Colors & Jewel Tones
Jewel tones and bright accents incorporate the gorgeous hues of late autumn into your wedding. These complementary colors carry tasteful, seasonal touches into your theme.
Romantic Lace Sleeves
We’re still swooning over the timeless beauty that pretty lace sleeves add to your wedding ensemble. This is a great fall or winter look, adding just a touch of warmth while looking classically bridal.
Romantic Bridal Halos
A sparkling rhinestone or metallic halo touches your locks with unforgettable radiance. Transitioning us from summer’s floral wreaths to winter’s blissful bling, these trendy headpieces have us falling in love.
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Say “I do” to kettle corn, pumpkins, preserves, and cornucopias of harvest decorations! This deliciously colorful time of year lends itself to gorgeous photos.
A beautiful veil catches the light of the setting sun and lights up your look with incredible romance. Try a few outdoors shots to capture the glory of autumn before it’s gone!
What is your favorite late autumn detail?