Happy spooky season, Cakies! It’s always fun to peruse an editorial that’s got tons of creative seasonal party ideas AND stylish wedding inspo all wrapped into one. Halloween is just a couple weeks away, so you’re sure to be inspired by this spooky party 100LC guide member House Of Fete dreamt up… whether or not you’re tying the knot! See more photos Dirt Pearls & Curls Photography captured at The Sunlight Space, below!
In planning our Halloween this year we began with a simple concept of black and white. Inspired by McQueen’s Savage Beauty, Til Death, was playing with juxtaposition of black and white in all aspects that encompass a wedding. From the attire, to the florals we wanted everything to be either black or white. With meticulous detail in food like black truffle and parmesan French macarons and place settings resembling the phases of the moon, we added a nod to the spook keeping it high fashion.
So many amazing Halloween party ideas sprinkled throughout this table…
The bride began in all white lace, fresh face and white bouquet, while the groom in all black. As the event carried on the bride changed into a black feathered gown, black nails and dramatic hair. When you look closely you’ll find a skull in the cocktail, falling red sugar petals from the cake and the place setting representing the phases of the moon. Til Death does an amazing job marrying the concept of wedding and Halloween, a chic example of what wedding can be with slight moody side.
Would you rock a moody Halloween wedding look?
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Concept & Design: House Of Fete | Photographer: Dirt Pearls & Curls Photography | Venue: The Sunlight Space | Floral Design: Apis Floral | Rentals: Stuart Event Rentals | Paper Goods: The More The Merrier | Food Styling: Danville Cheese | Macarons: Soiree Macarons | Cake: Caramela By Ines | Place Settings: Public Stoneware | Acrylics: Modern Birch Co | Chandeliers: Hey Girl Decor | Models: Kendal Minor & Matthew Pendleton | Nails: Lit N Lavish | Hair & Makeup: Christopher Tolentino | White Gown: Alice Becker | Black Dress: Sonya Kirshin | Menswear: The Black Tux | Lollipop: The Sweet Story Line