Halloween Wedding Decorations for the Devilish Couple
Some people like Halloween, and some people LOVE Halloween. You have to really, really love Halloween to schedule your wedding for that creepy day filled with ghosts and goblins, scary movies, trick or treaters, and frightening costumes. If your wedding is scheduled for October 31st, you will need some Halloween wedding decorations to create the perfectly eerie atmosphere for your Halloween wedding.
Dark-colored table cloths instead of white are suggested–either black or red. The autumn theme could be developed with the tables sprinkled with gold, orange and yellow confetti, rose petals or artificial leaves. Halloween novelty tablecloths come in lots of colors and varieties. You can check your local fabrics store for Halloween-themed fabrics to fit your decor.
The centerpiece is the focal point of your table’s theme. You can place harvest vegetables (pumpkins, gourds, corn) surrounded by autumn leaves. Lit jack-o-lanterns with a votive candle inside can be in the center of each guest table. For a more Gothic scene, black or wrought iron candleabras can be placed on the tables.
No Halloween wedding is complete without lots and lots candles to set the devilish mood. Orange and black candles will cast a light over the reception and add to the Halloween ambiance. Dark, fall-colored candles will create an elegant Halloween scene for you and your guests.
Your flowers should be the color of fall (red, orange, yellow) and can be used in centerpieces, arrangements placed throughout the venue, and as altar decorations. Some suggestions for Halloween: black magic roses, orange and yellow carnations, yellow and orange mums, and orange lillies.
Additional Halloween wedding decorations:
For a macabre tone, you can have little tombstones for your wedding place cards.
A candy buffet filled with yummy Halloween candy will be enjoyed by all.