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 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!

Photo: Lisa Rigby Photography, Boston
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The Bridesmaids

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.
Photo: Susie Sefcik Photography, Red Bank, NJ
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The Groomsmen

Orange and black striped socks add the perfect hint of Halloween to the groom and groomsmen's looks.
Photo: a.W. photography
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The Flower Girl

If you're (understandably!) not Halloween obsessed enough to ditch the dress in favor of a costume then outfit your flower girl in an adorable costume instead.
Photo: Easywind Studio
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The Cocktails

Candy isn't the only Halloween treat you can indulge in. Surprise your guests with a pun-ny adults only concoction.
Photo: Janae Shields, San Francisco, CA
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The Glassware

If traditional American Halloween isn't your style, then incorporate a Mexican Dia de los Muertos theme. These sugar skull motifs might seem spooky, but in Mexico they're served as treats for deceased family members who come back to visit with their loved ones.
Photo: Erin Hearts Court, Pasadena
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The Reception Decor

Farm tables and pumpkins create the perfect rustic vibe, with a black and white striped table runner to tie in Halloween colors in a way that's sophisticated and doesn't go overboard.
Photo: Kelley Photo & Design, Basehor
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The Escort Cards

Pumpkin stems make perfect holders for escort cards, plus the mini pumpkins can double as favors!
Photo: Erin Hearts Court, Pasadena
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The Centerpieces

Instead of floral arrangements opt for easy DIY pumpkins under bell jars.
Photo: Sarah Ainsworth Photography
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The Dessert Bar

Ok, 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!
Photo: Janae Shields, San Francisco, CA
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The Cake

The cake (or at the very least the groom's cake) is a place to get creative and show off your Halloween spirit.
Photo: Edyta Szyszlo Photography, San Francisco, CA
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Not A Fan of Orange and Black?

If orange and black isn't your ideal color combo, but you still want to incorporate Halloween into the decor try a white pumpkin centerpiece instead. The color palette is modern and creates texture without screaming "TRICK OR TREAT" like a sugared up school kid.

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