Love Never Dies : A Halloween Wedding to Remember
It’s not unusual for couples to plan their wedding around a favorite theme. But would you consider planning a full-blown Halloween wedding?
Apparently, one couple was inspired to do just that after seeing Tim Burton’s movie, The Corpse Bride.
Mixing the romance of a traditional wedding with the black magic of Halloween, this couple went all out to give their family and friends a “frightfully” good time, turning their wedding reception into an event they’ll never forget.
While watching this video, one thing I noticed immediately was the attention to detail that this couple paid to planning all the decor for this truly unique wedding reception. I thought it was so good, it was scary!
Check it out for yourself, I think you’ll agree.
I trust that watching that was enjoyable, and you came away with a few ideas you can use. I know I did.
You may have noticed in the video some of the items that were used in the reception table centerpieces. They included a lot of miniature pumpkins and preserved oak leaves, both of which are great accents. Especially when you add votive candles.
You can find inexpensive miniature pumpkins at local farmer’s markets and grocery stores. These are where I usually buy mine.
One quick bit of advice, if I may. If you are using preserved foliages, I suggest the Knud Neilsen brand. They provide high-quality preserved foliages and dried materials widely used by professional florists. It’s what we use in our shop.
As for votive candles, you can do either regular wax or flameless votives. I suggest using flameless votive candles. Less heat, less mess, and no fire hazard.
You can find a ton of flameless votive candles and tealights on Amazon and eBay.
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