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18 Ideas for a Badass Halloween Wedding

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Halloween is one of the most popular days of the year to have a wedding on, and a new article from Buzzfeed is helping readers find new and unique ideas for this event.  So what are so crazy thoughts?  Here’s a few…

  1. Send guests an incredibly creepy save the date
  2. Carry a dramatic elegant fall bouquet
  3. Say “I do” in a gray or black wedding gown
  4. Dress your flower girl in black sequins
  5. Have the ring bearer carry the rings in coffin cases
  6. Serve black candy apples during cocktail hour
  7. Invite guests to pose in a Halloween-themed photo
  8. Or make a simple backdrop
  9. Make a simple backdrop of leaves on strings
  10. Use white pumpkins and gold skulls

For more ideas, click here.

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