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37 eerie Halloween wedding ideas you may not even know exist

Whether you're grabbing some last-minute Halloween wedding ideas for your own wedding or pinning ideas for your spooktastic Halloween wedding next year, I've gathered up a whole coffin-load of tricks and treats and otherworldly goodies. I'm talking Harry potter-inspired photo booth backdrops, vintage eyeball favors, Ouija board invitations (and shoes!), Hocus Pocus, Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Craft references (the flippin' trinity!), and killer ideas for Halloween wedding invitation wording.

Let's get to the sinister Halloween wedding ideas…

A vintage-inspired Halloween wedding ball (with classic horror movie photo booths!)

Christina and Edward adore Halloween, and combined a meaningful ceremony with a grand Halloween wedding ball like pros. There were huge replicas of vintage monster movie posters, old black and white monster movies, and tons of costumes.

Whatever you do, don't miss the life-size caskets built by the couple's families that had life-sized bride and groom skeletons inside and a sign that read, "Till Death Do Us Part Is For Quitters." HA!

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Woodland creatures, wings, and magic abound at this faery-themed wedding

Amber and Red had a faery-themed wedding which allowed everyone to dress as woodland creatures or costumes of their choosing. It turned a normal wedding day into something truly magical.

Amber and Red met years ago through friends in San Luis Obispo, CA. Although they have now moved to the Pacific Northwest, San Luis Obispo is still one of their favorite places. They held the wedding there to honor it and share their love of the town. You'll want to see the colors, glitter, and magic of this amazing wedding in California…

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A surprise fantasy viking wedding in Sweden with handmade dresses(!)

Åsa and Nina got married at the VikingaTider in Löddeköpinge, in the south of Sweden. It's an archaeological open-air museum focusing on Vikings and the early Middle Ages. It was a fantasy viking wedding theme(!) and they even made their own dresses! The ceremony had singing and circle dancing and all-around good times for all guests and vikings alike.