Halloween Wedding - Party Reception Ideas

October is here and the next thing we know, its Halloween night! And Halloween night means its party time! But, what if, the Halloween month is your wedding month as well? What will be your reception theme or party theme? For sure, one of the options you will look into is the Halloween reception party theme. If you choose this theme, then below tips and ideas will surely help you out to create and make a fun filled Halloween wedding party ever!

Below tips and ideas are originally posted at BHG.Com. This awesome article is written by Becky Mollenkamp. The full credits of this article as well as the pictures posted here goes to the original source.

Eerie Halloween Wedding Party
Make a solemn vow to frighten your friends with a haunted wedding-reception party theme. To throw a small Halloween affair, pick and choose just a few of these creepy spins on wedding customs.

Party Invitation to Disaster
Cast a spell on your guests with a torn and tattered invitation. Printed on a vellum overlay with a ripped edge, the invitation is aged with black ink.
Halloween Wedding Party Invitation

Haunting Feast
Send the signal that this is no ordinary buffet with an eerie table covering conjured from yards of gauzy cheesecloth. Illuminate the room in gothic style with blood-dripping candles, and add ambiance with a do-it-yourself foam candelabra.
Halloween Wedding Party Buffet

Book of Love
Keep up tradition with a guest book. Burn the edges of paper and age the pages with splatters of ink. Push a feather into the top of a pen and station it in a vintage-look stand made with paper-covered wood findings. Then finish with a welcome message on a framed piece of plywood painted with chalkboard paint.
Halloween Wedding Guest book

Costume Required
On the invitation, ask guests to come in formerly-worn formal wear. Shop consignment stores and secondhand shops for grim get-ups at a budget-friendly price.
Halloween Wedding Party Costume

Take the Cake
Typically the center of attention at a wedding, the cake table puts a spooky spin on tradition. A card table is covered in muslin and edged with black tulle gathered into swags held by ribbon loops. The "cake" is a trio of paper-covered hatboxes aged with paint. Black-painted mums, doily napkins, and nut-filled espresso cups finish off the display.
Halloween Wedding Party Cake

The Happy Couple
In true Hallowedding fashion, the bride-and-groom cake topper is replaced by a skeletal version. The bride's veil is fashioned from a piece of black tulle and the groom is decked out in a miniature bow tie and top hat.
Halloween Wedding Party Cake Toppers

Framed Up
Hunt down a few cheap picture frames for easy party wall decor. Collect a mix of simple frames and gothic-inspired ornate frames. Spray-paint your finds black and hang on the walls. Leary of leaving nail holes behind? Use lightweight adhesive strips instead.
Halloween Wedding Party Decor

Ghoulish Gifts
Every wedding reception has a gift table. For this macabre display, paper-covered boxes are filled with the usual trappings (a toaster and blender) as well as an unexpected surprise (a skull).
Halloween Wedding Party Gift Table

Groom's Corsage
Top off your spooky ensemble with a corsage that's sure to frighten all your party guests.
Halloween Wedding Groom Corsage

Bride's Bouquet
For a simple bridal bouquet, arrange a few black and white blooms, then wrap the stems with black ribbon.
Halloween Wedding Bouquet

Spiderweb Lampshade
Cast an eerie shadow over the room with this easy-to-make spiderweb lampshade.
Halloween Wedding Lampshade

Oozing Brie
Give baked brie the sinister treatment by topping it with "guts" made of sun-dried tomatoes, basil, and onions. Served with French bread, the soft cheese is a sophisticated treat.
Halloween Wedding Party Brie

Dip Trio
Body Bits Dip is a hearty spread, despite its gruesome presentation, and pairs perfectly with the appropriately colored Red Pepper Dip. Although not Halloween-themed, the Walnut-Feta Yogurt dip equals its creepier counterparts in taste. To serve, place each dip in a glass dish and nestle inside hollowed pumpkins.
Halloween Wedding Dips

Bloody-Rimmed Martinis
Toast the happy couple with a wicked brew. The special Coconut Snowball Martini -- concocted of white chocolate, coconut, cream, rum, and vodka -- is served with red cake gel around the rim.
Halloween Wedding Pary Martinis

Accessorize with Cookies
A witch's signature accessory -- her hat -- becomes a sweet tower of treats. Place a crafts foam cone inside a clean witch's hat and position on a footed cake plate. Apply a thick layer of frosting to the hat and the brim. Decorate with delicious cookies for guests to eat.
Halloween Wedding Party Cookies

Hands Down
Guests will do a double take with this creepy-crawly finger food. Dip large pretzel sticks into white candy coating and add "nails" with sliced almonds. Display the fingers in a cuff-covered jar.
Halloween Wedding Finger Foods

Graveyard Gravel
Biting into these faux rocks will prove to be a sweet treat. The "rock" candy is made from a mix of chocolate and marshmallows.
Halloween Wedding Party Candies

Tipsy Tombstones
The chicken-and-pecan salad sandwiches are cut into tombstone shapes, rolled in chopped pecans for the look of stone, and displayed in a graveyard with creepy cabbage ground cover.
Halloween Wedding Party Sandwiches

White Slime
Invite guests to circle around a fondue "cauldron" to dip delectable treats into white chocolate fondue.
Halloween Wedding White Chocolate

Eyeball Punch
Guests will gasp when they discover a fruited "eyeball" floating in their fruit punch.
Halloween Wedding Punch

Nail in Coffin Party Favor
For an appropriately creepy take-home treat, fill coffin-style favor boxes with candy bones. Give the boxes a decaying look by weathering the edges with chalk. Add rub-on letters
Halloween Wedding Party Favor

Parting Shot
Send guests home with another grim reminder of your party; take their photos with the Grim Reaper behind an oversize frame. Give the pictures as unique favors.
Halloween Wedding Party Favors

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