Friday, October 30, 2009

Halloween Rehearsal Dinner Ideas


Check out this gorgeous Halloween rehearsal dinner designed by the talented Soiree out of Charleston, South Carolina. I particularly love this because the bride went all out; you just can't do a Halloween party half way!
When meeting with brides, a lot of them steer away from wedding dates that are close to popular holidays. I suggest to do the exact opposite. While it takes a special bride to get married on Halloween, it also is the perfect excuse to go all out on a costume party, bring out the sequins for a New Year's Eve reception, or showcase a fabulous fireworks display on 4th of July. Traditions can still be kept for a holiday wedding, but take advantage of having your friends and family together and throw that killer party you have always wanted.
Photos via Style Me Pretty

1 comment:

  1. That’s a nice post. The rehearsal dinner is quite in trend these days. My sister just got married and she had also arranged rehearsal dinner a day before their actual ceremony at Seattle convention center where she tied her knot.

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