That’s right–they’re all part of what you get when you combine weddings and Halloween! We’ve all seen (and some of us have even attended) the Halloween themed weddings where everyone comes in costume. The bride and groom usually dress up as something appropriately dark, like Dracula and his sexy she-vampire or Frankenstein’s monster and the bride of Frankenstein’s monster. Why is it that the lady characters always get shafted where actual identity is concerned? Do these creatures have names?
Anyway, as fun as it is to put a little Halloween in your wedding, October is the month to put a little wedding in your Halloween…that is, if the costume companies have anything to say about it. Me, I plan to dress up as a Rockette because I have kickline experience and saved all my costumes. I still fit into them, making “dancer” the de facto, go to costume every year. If you plan to dress up and don’t have a costume all ready to go, here are some extremely silly ideas thematically related to this blog.
Here’s one that’s new to me, the dead groom, as shown here with his dead bride:
Not sexy enough for you? Here ya go:
Sexy, for the purposes of this exercise, means ripped up and lower cut. To round the whole thing out, your officially licensed Corpse Bride bouquet:
Seems like official and licensed costumes are all the rage. I should market the official licensed Never teh Bride costume!