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You guys, October is one of my favorite months. It’s because it has one of the best holidays, with the best colors, and the best reasons to decorate: Halloween! If you’re planning a Halloween wedding, here is some spooky, seasonal inspiration for you, with everything from decor to shoes.
This coffin wine box would be a perfect holder for a bottle of wine to toast with at your reception, alongside these super cool skeleton flutes. As a bonus, the skeleton glassware can be purchased as a set with on theme cake cutting accessories.
Signs around the venue, both on the walls when possible, or propped against things on counters and tables, help add to the ambiance. I’m a big fan of this coffee sign in particular, for a cute addition to a coffee or warm drink station, which is already a great addition to an Autumn wedding. For some free options, check out my Friday Freebies Halloween Post!
Cigar bars are always a fun wedding addition, and this skull ashtray is perfect for a Halloween themed cigar bar. The little skull sugar cubes are also pretty cute, and could be used as favors, or set out at that witchy coffee station we were talking about!
The day of expensive wedding rings is over, when these adorable pumpkin rings exist. I would take one of these cuties over a diamond any day! Round out your jewelry with some cute, albeit slightly menacing Jack o’Lantern earrings, and have your ring bearer carry your cute Halloween themed rings in a very-relevant-to-the situation coffin shaped box.
As always, napkin rings always make for fun and easy table decoration. Go with some more general Autumn vibes with a copper pumpkin option, or go a little spookier with these super cool bat rings.
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These ghosts probably won’t scare many of your guests, mostly because they’re just too adorable. They’re on theme and would make the cutest table accents. These glowing skull planters would be PERFECT for adding a soft but spooky glow to your table scape.
I’m a little bit in love with these spooky hands, made to look like ghosts are reaching right out from the walls. Of course, you can’t go wrong with some hanging bats, that can be suspended from the ceiling, or just attached to an accent wall with some adhesive. If your venue happens to have a fireplace, arranging them to look like they’re flying out of it would be super fun.
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Are you having a Halloween wedding? What plans do you have to make it your own? Do you have any particular thing in the works that you’re the most excited about? Or if you’ve had a Halloween wedding in the past, and want to be featured on the blog, tell me all about it here!