I'll admit, I'm never really one for themed weddings, but for some reason I couldn't stop thinking about a Halloween inspired wedding last night. I'm not even a fan of Halloween, but this year, it's seeped into me and I just can't fight it anymore. I think there are plenty of gorgeous ways to create an All Hallows Eve inspired wedding without covering your cake in spiders and skulls and giving each of your guests a witches hat as a favor. But if that's your speed, go right ahead! I'll rock that witches hat, happily.
I have yet to meet anyone who has not fallen in love with this wedding after seeing it last year. Rhi, the insane talent behind Hey Gorg Events, used beautiful black lace in a bunch of her details. Perfectly chic. Imagine using this idea around candles, vases, bouquets, or even around the boutonnieres.
This DIY couldn't be easier or more budget friendly. I'm thinking about making these and lining my doorsteps with them for trick-or-treaters!
Love the muted palette using traditional Halloween colors.
Remember this wedding? I feel like I'm always going to feature images from this Halloween wedding. The use of black and white stripes gets me every time.
And can we talk about her bridesmaids? Which dress is your favorite? Mine is the white (silver?) dress, third one in from the right.
Love the mixture of pumpkins, gourds and flowers. Wouldn't this make for a fun twist on a Thanksgiving tablescape? Hmmm...
Crows seem to be very big this season and are the perfect accent to add a touch of whimsical eeriness to your tables. I even put one in my craft room.
Absolutely love the idea of creating feather garlands for a Halloween inspired wedding.
Why not end your night with a dessert table full of yummy sweets! These inside out caramel apple wedges would even be perfect for the cocktail reception!
So, have I convinced you that a Halloween inspired wedding can be spooky and chic? I think the black lace, striped ribbons and feathers have won me over.