Can Someone Please Get Married on Halloween?
See how a romantic black, gold, and blush color palette transforms the holiday from eek to chic.
Rhiannon Bosse, the talented blogger behind Hey Gorgeous Events, thought of the idea to create a Halloween wedding more than 10 months in advance. The first thing that came to her? The tablescapes. “I had visions of black, gold, and blush coming together in an unexpected way,” she says on the blog. “The gold candelabras worked perfectly with the gold flatware and gold chargers, while the black flutes added nice contrast against the softness of the floral components.” The masks were brought in from an Etsy seller in Turkey and add a nice nod to Halloween.
Also, that cake! Made by Sweet Heather Anne, the cake — complete with a black tier — is seriously a work of art. The sugar flowers are almost exact replicas of the real flowers in the centerpieces and bouquets.
Of course, fake ravens perch all around the event. (Sorry, doves, you’ve been replaced!)
I only have one question: Why can’t this wedding be real? And why can’t I be invited? Okay, I guess that was two questions.
See the rest of this elaborate affair: Halloween Masquerade at Hey Gorgeous Events