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Mariachi, glitter skulls, and limbo at Erin & Ryan's Dia de los Muertos wedding

Glitter skulls, a mariachi band (just like the bride's parents had), a now-traditional limbo competition, and tons of colorful paper flower decor make this Dia de los Muertos wedding a must-see. You won't want to miss how the bride turned the first look on it's head. It's absolutely an idea you'll want to steal. Wait until you see what the couple did instead of a first dance: think a wedding-wide game of Cards Against Humanity!

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Rockabilly meets a hint of Dia de los Muertos at a '50s-inspired San Diego wedding

When great themes collide, you get the awesomeness that is Jhosmara and Chris' 1950s, tattooed rock 'n' roll wedding! They exchanged vows at the deliciously mid-century Lafayette Hotel last November. The celebration showcased Jo and Chris' affinity for tattoos and '50s rock and roll, as well as a nod to Jhosmara's heritage with calavera dolls and sugar skulls on a fabulous turquoise cake.

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These two are mejor juntos at their Dia de los Muertos wedding in Philadelphia

After meeting in an online chatroom, video chatting for months, and making a home in New York for years, Manny and Chrissy finally got married in Philadelphia last October. Manny was born in Mexico City, and Chrissy has a passion for the Spanish language, so a Dia de los Muertos theme fit perfectly for their celebration. But this wedding was more than just sugar skulls, intricate bunting, and wedding dogs in mariachi outfits.

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Viviana & David's folklorico meets Dia de los Muertos wedding

A graffiti wall, papel picado, a sugar skull cake, and the cutest little red hat EVER… this is a Dia de los Muertos wedding you must see. Don't miss the Mexican candy buffet/altar, emotional groom, and the extra special surprise naked demon woman at the ceremony!

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A Dia de los Muertos wedding for the whole family

Kristin and Jon celebrated El Dia de los Muertos a bit early last year on a rainy day in late October. The couple got married at the Round Corner Cantina in Pennsylvania, surrounded by little cacti in pots, tiny skulls, and a particularly spooky cake. Most of these details you'll see in the photos are El Dia de los Muertos or Mexican artifacts that Kristin and Jon already had in their home.

Both Kristin and Jon had been married before, so this small, relatively informal celebration wrapped up a few key wishes: one venue that had everything from drinks to food (hello, taco bar adaptable to dietary restrictions); a colored dress (Kristin's bright red dress is UHmazing); and Kristin's son walked her down the aisle. Awwwwwww!