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Oct 30, 2020

Our Favorite Halloween Inspired Wedding Content

Have you ever searched “Halloween inspired wedding” on Pinterest only to be disappointed?! Yes, we know the feeling all too well. Between the cheesy decor and the color palette’s featuring orange and black exclusively it is safe to say sometimes Halloween wedding content is the farthest thing from inspiring. So, for this year we decided to reach out to some of our favorite industry pros and ask them what it is that makes a Halloween inspired wedding, well inspiring?! What they had to show for it is exactly what we were looking for! So stop the endless Pinterest scroll we have gathered all the Halloween inspired wedding content you didn’t know you needed!

Event Planner: Art & Soul Events, Photographer: Ali Marie Photography

“Create a festive and elevated Halloween inspired tablescape by pairing black glassware, black dishware, and black flatware as the foundation of your design! Then you can add a few unexpected details; crystals, sage smudge sticks topped with dried marigolds, mini white pumpkins, rose gold dipped raven’s feathers, white prayer candles, black taper candles, and a modern flower arrangement featuring deep purple anemones, lavender roses, orange berries, and maple leaves.” -Jessica Carrillo, Art & Soul Events

Event Planner: Alston Mayger Events, Photographer: Marla Cyree, Simply Splendid

“Heidi and Tyler went for a moody look with their floral to make their venue (Union Pine in Portland, OR) an intimate space to gather with friends and family. Good Seed Floral helped us transform this blank canvas into a bohemian dream with lush colors consisting of creams, burgundies, and greens.” -Ashley Lachney, Owner + Lead Planner, Alston Mayger Events

Event Planner: Bridal Bliss, Photographer: Andrea Zajonc Photography

“Nothing screams fall like a spooky Halloween inspired fete. From ghosts and goblins to vibrant autumn tones, the season lends itself to a chic (and maybe even creepy) celebration!” -Nora Sheils, Founder, Bridal Bliss

“We love when touches of Halloween and fall can be naturally integrated so it does not scream black and orange! We love to see subtle pops of fall colors or a darker palette tied in. We also love fun ways to include creative holiday treats!” – HoneyFitz Events

Photographer: @capturedinamberphotography, venue: @theacreageweddings, design: @heather_johnston_creative, florals: @creativeedgeflowersyyc, boutique: @durandbridal, rings: @adx_diamonds, hmu: @mountainbeauties groom’s attire: @ewmenswear, video: @devankarl calligraphy: @mountaingrovestudio catering: @foodworksyyc cake: @modernbake rentals: @orangetrunk lighting: @covencreative flat lay styling kits: @curatedkits

“Nightmare Before Christmas is one of our go-to design inspirations when it comes to Halloween weddings -it has such depth and can be translated through many different lenses based on the couple and overall look of the event. There are lush floral elements, gothic romance, stripe patterns, asymmetric design cues and more.” – Jordan Kentris, A Good Day

“We love autumn weddings! The vibrant, and moody color palettes are our favorite!” -Erica Trombetti, Infinite Events

Event Planner: Sterling Social, Photographer: The Grovers

“Find a venue that has built in character and charm to go with the fall season and a warm aesthetic. Think wood beams, hardwood floors and brick walls perfect for a Halloween or fall inspired party!” -Erin Sprinkel, Co-Owner of Sterling Social

“Embrace the natural yet festive autumn colors such as burgundy, burnt orange, mustard tones, etc. Bring these tones into your florals, pillows, furnishings and more.Smoke colored glassware also brings in a richer look to your tabletop décor.” -Erin Sprinkel, Co-Owner of Sterling Social

Event Planner: Sterling Social, Photographer: Jana Williams Photos

“Bring in rich textures to your printed items such as dinner and bar menus by using materials such as wood, leather and suede.” -Erin Sprinkel, Co-Owner of Sterling Social

“Choose a venue that has a moody, darker feel to it while still remaining chic. -Add dark, bold colors to your bouquet. Not all fall bouquets need to have the classic yellow, red and orange. Stray from the traditional!” –Susie Marie Photography

Event Planner: Feathered Arrow Events, Photographer: Jess Pelphrey, Florals: Best Day Ever Floral Design

“Getting married in the Fall is one of the most popular and best times of the year! There are so many ways to incorporate fall decor through the florals or tones that you incorporate into your wedding. Ask your florist to include fall tones or certain florals, that are specific to that time of the year! I love to even include fruits that are specific to the season like pomegranates. It’s such a fun way to add to the decor and florals!” -Kari Dirksen, Feathered Arrow Events

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