Happy Halloweeeeeen! #Wedding Porn#costumes#cupcakes#dia de los muertos#halloween#skulls#victorian Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Oct 25 2010) Offbeat Editors Photos by Mollie Jane Photography Happy Halloween week! In the spirit of the upcoming holiday, this week's Monday Montage is Halloween themed. Enjoy some of the best Halloween/Day of the Dead photos that the OBB Flickr pool has to offer. Photos by Mollie Jane Photography Ahh, the classic, white sheet, ghost costume. It never gets old! Photo thanks to Alex Kilbee Stuart and Chloe decided to try re-imagining "Victorian Spirit" photography. In this photo, Chloe stares out the window longingly, for her love who was lost at sea/captured by pirates/etc. Meanwhile, in an attempt to comfort her, Stuart's spirit gently caresses her cheek. Photos by Katherine O'brien Photography I lurve a good costume party! So, I think it's only normal that I would love costume weddings EVEN more… especially when the guests are just as into it. Photos by Jessica Monnich Photography Heather and Russel's had a Celtic/Halloween themed wedding. They gave their guests lots of spooky goodies. Russel's dad even got in on the theme and dressed up as a mad scientist. Related Post Erin & Sam's Dia De Los Muertos, Halloween, masquerade ball wedding What would Halloween week be without a Dia de los Meurtos wedding? Not a very good one, that's for sure. That's why I'm pleased to... Read more Pictures by Brooke Trexler Tom and Trina turned their wedding cake into a scary-looking pumpkin patch. It was decked out with tons of pumpkins, crows and scarecrows, bats, black cats and spider webs. Photo thanks to Shea Roggio True love is threatening to smash a pumpkin on each other's head. We shared Emma and Gary's wedding story this morning, but we didn't show you this AWESOME pumpkin, with their names carved in it. Although it looks totally real, it is actually a ceramic pumpkin that Emma's brother gave them to go along with their theme. How fitting! Photography by Jen Hellow Erin and Sam had a Masquerade Ball/Dia De Los Muertos/Halloween themed wedding reception. (Woo, that's a mouthful.) Their reception was filled with fun masks, hula hoops, tarot card readings, INCREDIBLE costumes and lots of Dia de los Muertos skulls… Photography by Jen Hellow … They also had this rad Dia de los Muertos cake topper! Also, notice the sign in the background, "Keep Calm and Eat Cupcakes." More about these guys coming later this week. Photos by Focus Designs Sarah and Sean got married in their church, which happens to be attached to a mall. Naturally, after the wedding they headed over to the costume shop and had a silly photo shoot! You'll see more of these two in a couple days. PREVIOUS Emma & Gary's gothic, Halloween Wedding NEXT What polyamorists can teach brides about getting over wedding jealousies Show/Hide comments [ 4 ] Wow love all these halloween photo, especially Erin and Sam's Halloween themed wedding reception! Reply Absolutely LOVE that photograph. Been wondering how to get into the "spirit" of marriage, and that one certainly inspired me! Reply Keep Calm and Eat Cupcakes—> Great sign! Also for once I have dress lust, the dress in the photo by Shea Roggio is a great dress. Very flowy and well fitting! Reply How cool is that. A Halloween wedding! You take one of the most fun holidays and combine it with the happiest day of your life. So awesome! Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.