Here's some various wedding decor pictures! I put them in bulk so I won't be bombarding my Fat Cat page with wedding pics. So to see all 10 pics, swipe away!
1. Table layout (yes those are masks at the place settings! Made them from scrapbooking paper so there were lots of different styles. Thanks mom for offering to take on that project!) 2. Centerpieces. These were the last things we made because we couldn't decide what we wanted. We knew we wanted the tables to be classic Halloween symbols (We had 9 tables so we chose: jack-o-lantern, black cat, owl, spooky tree, witch, ghost, bat, spider and crow). Finally, this idea cane to us - a crystal ball of sorts! Each table got their respective symbol in the ball. And after the wedding, we gave them out to family members as keepsakes. We still have the owl, spider and ghost.
3. The sugar overload candy table! (Which we're still trying to finish off. I was able to had out a lot of leftover stuff to trick-or-treaters on Halloween but man, we really overbought!) 4. The Halloween tree with some of our Halloween decorations! The skeleton flamingos and the light-up ghost were wedding shower gifts. Our friends/family know us so well!
5. Card box made from an old carboard box, scrapbook paper, glitter ribbon, tags and scrapbook letter.
6. Wedding guest book that was my mom/dad's old one from their wedding that they forgot to use. So it got a Halloween update with fabric, scrapbook paper and scrapbook letters.
7. Escort cards. I loved these! Used mini oranges and edible baking markers to draw jack-o-lantern faces. And then each card had the guest's name and table symbol.
8. The ring bearer(s) boutonnier (The officiant had the same style just a bit bigger)
9. The ring bearer pumpkin - looks like a familiar style doesn't it!
10. My personal favorite touch to the wedding - the memory table. We printed out pictures of our fathers, aunts, uncles and grandparents. Each picture got a label with their names and relation plus a favorite treat of theirs. And the an "Attending in Spirit" banner was made with crow pillars holding it up in a circle.