Nightmares, corpse brides, and shrunken heads: Let's pay homage to Tim Burton weddings

Now that we definitely know whether The Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie (I still claim is a 365-day movie), we can finally settle in and really appreciate it and all the Tim Burton movies we heart. And when Tim Burton meets wedding themes, we get a little bit of movie magic turned wedding magic. It's almost Halloween, so let's sink our teeth into a big ol' roundup of Tim Burton weddings with themes including Beetlejuice, Corpse Bride, and of course, The Nightmare Before Christmas.


Karen & Chris' spooktacular Halloween wedding

It's our favorite week for spooky, gothic, and horror-themed weddings — it's HALLOWEEN WEEK! Today we've got a couple fully decked-out in Halloween colors, pumpkin cakes, a costume contest, and lots of Tim Burton. Don't miss the super gross-looking (but surely tasty) blood fountain.


Jack Skellington presided at this glittery green Halloween wedding

Hannah and Torren got into autumn big time with their steampunk/gothic Halloween wedding in Colorado last year. Hannah's favorite color is green — you might pick up on when you check out the photos of her green hair and green dress! Torren's is purple. Dude looks pretty sweet in his purple suit, y'all. Shimmery, spooky, green, and purple details are everywhere you look.


Murphy & Deagle's monochromatic video games wedding

Black and white stripes, a sexy pin-up dress, long black gloves, and a groom in red — this wedding is very enticing. Add in all of the video game references (including in the vows!), and you've got the best combination of gamer geeks and total hotties. Don't miss the Mario centerpieces and the bride's swanky top hat and Batman ring!


This Colorado wedding is a Tim-Burton-flavored carnival

Mara and Josh went for a theme with a Tim Burton twist for their Colorado wedding last June and nailed it. Look for black and white stripes everywhere, splashes of pink where it counts (even in Mara's hair!), and tons of carnival details in every photo: Altoid tins turned circus trains? Guestbook attendants in a ticket booth? Stilt walkers in corsets? A steampunk officiant? CHAINSAW JUGGLERS?