Halloween Wedding Ideas That Are Classy, Not Creepy!

With fall in full swing, that means Halloween is just around the corner, and in the spirit of the holiday, we’ve rounded up 10 genius Halloween wedding ideas that won’t frighten off your guests. So toss out the faux cobwebs and see how to throw a Halloween-themed wedding that’s classy, not creepy!

The Bridesmaids Dresses

For a subtle nod to Halloween, outfit the bridesmaids in traditional black dresses with orange bouquets. The bright bouquets will really pop without being overwhelmingly kitschy.

The Candy Bar

Okay, so it just wouldn’t be Halloween without an array of sickeningly sweet treats. Guests will be happy they won’t have to walk from door to door in order to get their sugar fix!

The Groomsmen

Orange and black striped socks add the perfect hint of Halloween to the groom and groomsmen’s looks.

The Aisle Marker

For a rustic and romantic vibe at your ceremony, medium-sized pumpkins and black lanterns are chic and creative aisle markers.

The Champagne Flutes

If traditional American Halloween isn’t your style, then incorporate a Mexican Dia de los Muertos theme. These painted skull motifs are both spooky and unique!

The Centerpieces

Instead of floral arrangements, opt for easy DIY pumpkins under bell jars.

The Escort Cards

Pumpkin stems make perfect holders for escort cards, plus the mini pumpkins can double as favors!

The Wedding Cake

The cake (or at the very least the groom’s cake) is a place to get creative and show off your Halloween spirit — like with this awesome Mexican Dia de los Muertos skull design!

The Reception Decor

Hay, cute pumpkins (painted and carved with your initials!) and chrysanthemums create the perfect rustic vibe in a way that’s sophisticated and doesn’t go overboard.

The Bouquet

If you want to add just a touch of Halloween color to your wedding, orange roses are purple lilies are a pretty pop of color.

> Get even more Halloween wedding ideas!

> Fall wedding decor 

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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