A zombie masquerade with Waldo and a disembodied finger (aka a Halloweeny Monday Montage)

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photo by Margan Photography

The Halloween wedding of "Zombie and Vamps" had an excellent guest book in the form of a hand-drawn illustration. And you know what jack-o-lanterns in the Monday Montage means: HALLOWEEN WEEK IS HERE! With that, I give you arguably the best Halloween clip ever. You can thank me later. Now on to the best spooky, creepy, and gory submissions from the Offbeat Bride Flickr Pool, Pinterest, and the Offbeat Bride Tribe.

Zombie and Vamps also had a couple of shady characters lurking. I'll let you guess which ones they are. Photo by Margan Photography

Sonya and her bridesmaids don masks in a snowy cemetery Photo by Vella Photography

Sonya's groom Brandon and his groomsmen also get in on the mask action. Photo by Vella Photography

Andrell and Aaron's guests apparently found Waldo. Finally! Photo by Al Gonzalez

Kate and Tom decorate their pumpkins with costumes. (I like the Superman one, natch.) Photo by Leah LaRiccia

Fatima took her Halloween wedding in a specific costume direction: vikings and faeries! Photo by Elle Imaging

Tatum and Jake created this painted mini pumpkin centerpieces that I love. Photo by Jacob Griepentrog

Guest book
Marianne and Ad had a musically-influenced card skull! Photo by Jill Sawyer Phypers

edited invite
Amber's invite has a disembodied finger… that's somehow well-groomed. I approve.

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  1. The viking and faries themed one surprised me. Not because it's viking and faries, but because i could have sworn our coordinator said last year they had a viking and faries wedding at their location (and the one in the picture is definitely not the same place!). Turns out it was pirates and faeries that was at our venue. 😛

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