These Halloween paper lanterns may be hard to find, but they certainly aren't hard to make! Buy orange, white, and black paper lanterns and use stencils to paint on jack o'lantern faces, bats, spiders, and cobwebs. These lanterns will cast spooktacular shadows!
Just like with your centerpieces and decorations, your table settings can be Halloween themed and pretty, or you can go all the way! If you want to stick with the prettier side of things, go with simple orange and black linens and table accents. However, if you really want your guests to get a taste of a spookier atmosphere at their tables, use black, eriee purple, or deep red linens and really get creative with your centerpieces and guest favors.
I LOVE this idea, and it's perfect for the DIY brides out there! These make great invites to a smaller wedding or engagement party. Simply address little boxes containing a card with all the important information using spooky handwriting or calligraphy. You can buy rubber severed fingers at most party stores and Halloween specialty stores or you can get crafty and cast your own fingers. If you really want to get into it, add some blood for a gorey effect! And, don't forget to add a little string bow to serve as a reminder for your wedding!
Who can forget this classic Halloween couple? Let your guests know that you and your financé believe that you two were "made for each other" ...
Here are two different takes on a ghoulish couple cake topper.
The Corpse Bride and the Nightmare Before Christmas are really great inspirations for a Halloween themed wedding cake. They are both scary and romantic and make for some truly unique cake options.
Tomorrow is What to Wear Wednesday, so don't forget to stop by to be inspired by some Halloween wedding fashions!