We had a display table right as guests came into the dining room from the ceremony.
We had our wedding album and a print from our our wedding, we looked like babies!
Had to have a bit of Disney in there…like I said it’s a sickness. We also had a nod to our invitations with the severed fingers. See our invitation here
As well as a fun countdown
We gave them the skull tumblers (from Halloween City) as part of their favors
These were the other favors. I found these neat bat favor boxes at Oriental Trading and filled them with silver Sixlets and saltwater taffy in lavender and icy blue (to match our colors)
The seating charts
I wanted to have a Haunted Mansion feel to inside, creepy but still elegant (If Halloween can ever be!) I had a mixture of black and silver tablecloths as well as centerpieces. Half of the tables has these floral centerpieces topped with the ravens.
Each table was named after a monster and their doomed mate
The votive candles came from our wedding but I found this awesome ribbon that reminded me of spiderwebs so I wrapped them around each votive and it completely changed the look of them!
The floral centerpieces were purple and blue silk flowers I got on clearance and gave them a dusting of black spray paint to bring the vibrancy down and give them that dead look. The vases came from our wedding that I painted white to offset all the dark colors. I finished it with brown cobwebs and the raven from Spirit Halloween.
The other half had skull candelabras along with a moss covered skull and spanish moss.
The skull candelabras and moss skulls came from there Spirit Halloween as well.
The frames came from Michael’s