Halloween wedding decorations
Decorate your venue with eerie stuff like candles, skulls, jack o lanterns, cobwebs and crows.
Use plenty of flickering candles, antique chandeliers, ornate candelabras or a fireplace if your venue has one.
Get a “till death do us part” signage that has a stylish Halloween wedding theme with a skull or coffin included.
The wedding venue can have an altar illuminated with candles and decorated with skulls, candelabra or crows where you will say your vows.
Vintage gothic wedding invitations
Use your wedding stationery as a clue to get your guests thrilled about a Halloween wedding.
You may also use creative ways to make DIY Halloween wedding invitations. These will introduce your themed celebrations to your guests’ right from the start. You can do this without going overboard with the details.
Alternative wedding attire
Halloween wedding allows you to play with your wedding dress’s colors and antique embellishments for a gothic look. Simple accents can turn your gown from ordinary to Halloween worthy with less time. For example, a dark hued sash cinched at the waist line with a matching brooch is an idea to go for. Or get a black birdcage wedding veil with matching short gloves plus antique jewelry.
Go for black bridesmaids and flower girls dresses; they set the mood for the perfect chic gothic romance.
You don’t have to do the normal black color for your gown, you can go for something dramatic. Vintage lace and long sleeves or tulle design go way back into the past and have a ghostly feel that is modern yet romantic.