Happy Halloween ghouls and boys! Like our editorial director Darcy Miller just told the Los Angeles Times, if an All Hallows Eve wedding is done right, it can be utterly refined and totally glamorous. Seriously. To prove it to you, here are a few of our favorite takes on the most terrifying day of the year -- no face paint or fake blood in sight.
Bride Mary designed her own dress (a tea-length frock finished with a ribbon Tim Burton would love) and her fiance Stefan's matching bow tie. Check out Erin Hearts Court for tons of other gorgeous photos.
Kari and Rick came up with a genius idea for escort-card holders: fake vampire chompers. It's amazing how elegant a coat of silver paint can make them, right? To see more memorable moments like the couple donning their masquerade-style masks, visit Offbeat Bride. Shot by Palm Beach Photography.
In lieu of numbers, this couple placed hand-drawn illustrations of notoriously scary characters (the dapper fellow above would be the Big Bad Wolf) on every table. For even more fantastic photos (by Amy & Stuart Photography) click over to Style Me Pretty.
Jet-black candelabras and mini pumpkins decorated the tabletops at Kristen and David's reception. Head to Ruffled for additional photos by April Smith Photography (the bride's skeleton tights are a particularly nice touch).
Anybody out there tying the knot on October 31, 2012? What tricks or treats do you have up your sleeve?