Christmas: we know it's the season to be merry, but is it also the perfect time for you to say "I do"? With holiday-themed weddings now trendier than ever, we look at simple, classic ways to incorporate a little Halloween, Easter or Yuletide spirit into your big day.
Let us blow your mind for a second: a holiday-themed wedding doesn't have to be as over-the-top as a five-year-old's rainbow My Little Pony birthday party. It's not all just ugly Christmas sweaters for the bridesmaids, or carved jack-o-lanterns as table centrepieces. In fact, a holiday-themed wedding can take some of the stress out of planning your big day, because when you get married on a holiday, you've got a colour palette, style and atmosphere already established.
And yes, it is possible to have a classy themed wedding - all you'll need are a few unexpected nods to the holiday you're celebrating. Here are four of the biggest holidays on the wedding planner's
Festive weddings are not everyone's cup of tea. But for anyone getting married during a holiday season, incorporating subtle details into your big day is an innovative way to make your nuptials truly unique and encourage your guests to get into the holiday spirit. As we draw nearer to that favourite of spooky holidays, All Hallows' Eve, we explore fun and functional ways to incorporate festive details into your celebrations to create a truly spectacular Halloween wedding celebration.
Themed wedding invites
Give guests a taste of the holiday spirit with customised invites that feature understated or obvious Halloween wedding details. Black and white engraved acrylic invites lend romance and mystery to your nuptials, while personalising your artwork offers guests a taste of what they're in for.
Halloween is fast approaching, October 31st!
At Personalised Favours we get into the festive spirit, celebrating Halloween with a dress up party in the office followed by a scary movie! Some activity ideas for Halloween include trick or treating, costume parties, bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted houses, carving pumpkins, telling scary stories and watching horror films.
Checkout our website for all our products. How will you be spending Halloween? If you plan on having a scary movie marathon, here are this year's top 5 scary movies to add to your list!
- Insidious: Chapter 3
- Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
- Crimson Park