We are not getting married on the 17th but on the 31st. So we are month twins! We are doing a black and white masquerade themed wedding with masks! Candy, cake, and Halloween will be everywhere. I'm so excited for the decorations this year so I'll be keeping a lookout for things as well! Excited to see everything!
We're getting married on 10/24/20. Our original dates were 10/10/20 then 10/17/20 but both dates were booked in my area. Our theme is basically eclectic, moody harvest festival that is but isn't Halloween themed if that makes any sense at all. Halloween is definitely there but it's subtle so my grandmother doesn't have a conniption lmao. Fall themed stuff is on sale right now at Michael's. I anticipate for Halloween stuff to go on sale in the next few weeks!
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That sounds so cool! We originally wanted a masquerade but chose Halloween themed instead. I wanted to do the 31st but we have a lot of kids in our family and I was scared people wouldn't come because they have to take their kids trick or treating
The Halloween theme will be great! Are you going to have people dress up in costumes?? It's going to be full of cute pumpkins and everything! Thats so exciting! I understand, we have a lot of kids, we are gonna have a candy bar so they don't have to knock on the doors but just get the candy!
I actually wanted to get married on Halloween since it was a Saturday, but we are have a baby on the way so had to think about the future. I want to be able to celebrate my anniversary and still be able to take my munchkin out for Halloween, so we changed our date. Now I will be able to enjoy both!
I'm getting married on 10/17/2020 in Nebraska, but we're not having a Halloween themed wedding. We're doing an Art Deco, 1920's Masquerade Ball with some New Orleans flare. He proposed on our vacation to New Orleans, and that Saturday is the one weekend there isn't a Husker game to compete with. I've always wanted to attend a masquerade ball in New Orleans so I thought I'd throw one, and since it's 2020 I thought some 1920's flare would be fun too. I'm excited.
We started dating on October 13 2013, so we both thought the 17th is fairly close to our anniversary (and on a Saturday!). We would have done it on our actual anniversary but we don't want a 5 year engagement 😅. Haven't got a soild 'theme' yet, but I definitely want to at least incorporate the fall and our wedding colors (blush pink and navy blue)
We are getting married outside at my dads yard by a lake and a huge garage for reception.. we have a lot to do.. we have picked out our wedding cake topper, knife set, champagne glasses and my dress.. I think we are going to use sunflower bouquets and have my bridesmaid and flower girls in a cobalt blue.