We know, ever so slightly predictable, but we love Halloween and there’s such a wide range of ideas you can adapt to your wedding, that it’s the perfect theme for this month. Whether you need a little last minute inspiration before your big day this year or if you’re looking forward to an autumn wedding this time next year, we have all the ideas in one place. Boo!
We LOVE these fang name holders, they’re a subtle touch, but add a little humour and spook to the day. Plus, they’re easy to make. Just buy some clear plastic fangs and spray paint silver or black!
Party games can sometimes come across as a little tacky, but we think the below are perfect for a Halloween themed wedding (and even if you’re not thinking pumpkins and ghouls, then you can still fit these to your wedding day).
Send your guests home with a little souvenir when their ice cubes melt; a plastic spider. These are cheap to get hold of and you can give them to your venue to keep in the kitchen.
2. Pumpkin Perfect
Quirky wedding photos are in high demand nowadays and Halloween is the perfect time of year to really go all out. We love the simplicity of this couple’s idea below.
Whether you love the taste of pumpkin or not, a pumpkin themed wedding cake can be a great focal point for any wedding. You don’t have to go all out like the picture below, but simply by adding touches of orange, you can create a autumnal, Halloween-esque feel.
These little pumpkin name holders might be more suited to those couples who aren’t looking to terrify their guests. You can even use them as wedding favours too, saving on costs.
3. Til death do you part
These spoons may seem a little morbid to some, but we think those couples who don’t mind a little blood and guts on their wedding day, they’re perfect!
Food is a great way to incorporate touches of trick or treat into your big day. If you have children, these gingerbread skeletons are particularly cute and we reckon they’re pretty tasty too.
So there you have it! Some perfectly spooky ideas for your wedding day. And if you’re looking for a great venue to host the Halloween festivities, then why not take a look at Woodhall Manor?