Michigan based Woodland Designs draws inspiration from Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas for their “simply meant to be” programs and invitations for a Halloween wedding.
Halloween is right around the corner so get inspired with an eclectic array of ”Till Death Do Us Part” wedding ideas at the Eclectic Wedding Extravaganza. EWE returns Sunday November 3rd to Fazeley Studios in Birmingham with a new flock of suppliers just waiting to make your gothic wedding dreams come true. From an assortment of whimsical, dark fantasy wedding dresses to beautiful displays of macabre wedding cakes you’ll find tons of inspiration for a gothic wedding.
Tracey owner of Black Cherry Cake Company is back with another awesome wedding cake! This updated version of her Nightmare Before Christmas wedding cake includes hand painted Halloweentown silhouettes around the bottom and top tiers. A handmade Jack and Sally cake topper sits atop the cake, and new to this version, additional characters from the Tim Burton classic Oogie Boogie, Lock, Shock, Barrel and Zero.
Etsy shop KMKDesigns is the collaboration between a mother, daughter team who work out of their Studio in Stillwater, MN. Their talents came together a few years ago when both found costuming as an outlet for their creativity. Sheridyn has sewn her whole life starting with doll clothes when she was younger, and worked up to making her own prom dresses growing up. Her daughter Kaitlyn, has a degree in fashion and as a child would draw her own clothes for her mother to create for her. The talented duo specializes in designing alternative wedding dresses and alternative clothing inspired by Steampunk, Neo-victorian, Lolita and Gothic styles.
Even in death love lives on for couple Janette and Brian who had a frightfully, fun Halloween wedding. Half of the dynamic duo that runs the fangirl blog Le Geek Janette says, “I can say with all certainty that my wedding day was the best day of my life…I’ve never been a traditional gal so logically I wasn’t looking to plan a traditional wedding.” With over a year to plan, once the date was set the couple sent out their zombie themed Save the Dates and home-made invites to prepare guests well in advance for what was in store for them.
This super easy and quick DIY will add a little bling and Goth style to your Halloween or Gothic themed wedding. These mask table numbers were made by my sister for my Halloween wedding as an alternative to adding the table numbers to the centerpieces ( I also had her make a Star Wars themed one for my co-workers table).
There are only 2 steps to this tutorial: paint your mask, bling it out and your done! Change up the look by painting the numbers with a different paint color instead of using crystals. You can also cover the entire mask with glue and add glitter instead of paint.
Vow to frighten your guests with a spooky wedding reception dessert table from the talented duo Jason and Heather owners of the Etsy shop Hello My Sweet.
Helping to throw amazing parties on a budget with affordable and creative printable decorations in their shop. The two have put together their own desert table as an inspiration that you can expand upon in your own way. This custom set includes all the printables you’ll need to treat your guests from food tags, treat bag labels, bottle wraps and cupcake wrappers to poison bottle labels, menu signs and even skeleton decor.
This wooden coffin from Etsy shop Buxom Bones makes for a great ring holder for any Halloween or Gothic wedding in place of a pillow, or as an engagement ring box. The plush ruby red satin lining has a small pillow designed to hold a ring.