I couldn’t let Halloween go by without sharing a “scary good” post I came across with you.
You know when you are planning a wedding, party, or any sort of special event, the first impression you will make with your guests is your invitations. They set the mood and tone of your event.
Halloween is an occasion that always seems to bring out the creativity in everyone, from costumes to decor. So why should Halloween wedding invitations be any different?
Image via Offbeat Bride
This post on Offbeat Bride highlights some of the best Halloween wedding invitations and save-the-dates they have come across, and will really get your creative juices flowing if you are tired of the “same old – same old” invitations.
Image via MarthaStewart.com
MarthaStewart.com has an interesting “severed finger” invitation. This easy DIY project will definitely get your guests’ attention when it arrives in the mail. You can get the project directions here.
Each of these super-creative invitation ideas will certainly make a unique impression, yet are quite easy and surprisingly affordable to do. And the ideas can easily be adapted to fit any sort of wedding or party theme.
You’ve got one shot to make a great first impression, so why not think a little “outside the box” when it comes to your wedding invitations?
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