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10 Ideas For A Spooky-Yet-Elegant Halloween Wedding

By Kellee Khalil, for

Will you be celebrating your love and saying "I do" on All Hallow's Eve? Think beyond the kiddie jack-o-lanterns and candy and imagine a magical fete, filled with floating candles, black lace and tulle, glitter-dipped skeletons and skulls, and spooky wine and spirits. Here are some of our favorite ways to keep it hauntingly fun and elegant on the most bewitching of holidays.

Frighteningly easy DIY idea: dollar store skeleton decor, spray painted black and dipped in glitter.
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A black tulle dress is so glamorous for a Halloween wedding.
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Idea we love: Serve your guests dark, stormy cocktails with a black licorice straw.
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Will your littlest guests be missing trick-or-treat time? Give the traditional cookie or candy bar a spooky twist with treat bags and sweet, homemade confections.
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Dress up your table with simple but dramatic black candles and china.
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While dead flowers would be a given for a scary Halloween bouquet, we're keeping it elegant and enchanting with deep purple stems that are very much alive!
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Let your flower girls in on the wicked fun with costume-inspired frocks.
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We love these eerie black and white invitations.
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Put your spookiest foot forward in black satin pumps.
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Pumpkins are a must for any Halloween theme, and we love these tiny gourds playing double duty as both decor and an escort card.
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