So, with Halloween coming up I thought I would help you all get in the spirit. At the last wedding fair I attended I had a lot of enquiries about weddings on the 30th and 31st October (so if you’re interested in this date then get in touch ASAP!) so I thought this would be a great opportunity to look at how to include skulls in your wedding day decor. Whether this is a subtle note or a full blown Halloween themed day there will be no raised eyebrows from me, I love working with unique wedding ideas.
Flowers will make anything look more feminine and wedding-ey. If you don’t want to go too over the top a few well placed skull vases will add that quirky touch in a bit more subtle way. I can make these for you in any colour you want!
Day of the dead
A much more fun and colourful method of including skulls in a more ‘friendly non scary way’ This motif can be included in a range of ways from stationary, fabric for table runners, centrepiece details and so many other elements.
Use animal skulls
So whilst I am not suggesting real skulls unless they are antique, there are some lovely resin and plaster of paris options are a stylish way of adding more of a boho twist to your wedding. They looks great at table centres covered in flowers.
Or just go all out!
Lets be honest I am certainly an advocate of doing what you want on your wedding day so here are just a few examples of skulls I have included in wedding styling.
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