Skull and Crossbones
If you’re looking for elegance with an edge, this skull and crossbones invite could be for you. You can customize the colors of the background, center sash (shown here in red), and text to reflect your perfect palette. Coordinating response cards, enclosure cards, and return address labels are available as well.
To buy: Hearts and Skulls, $2 each for 100; magnetstreet.com.
Black and Purple With Skull
The classic color combo of black and purple lends an eerie air to this invitation. “Till death do us part” is perfect for a Halloween wedding, but you can also opt for your own wording. For a well-thought-out look, coordinate your other wedding stationery items—RSVP cards, thank you notes, and even reception table numbers.
To buy: Halloween Wedding Invitation with Skull, $2 each; zazzle.com.
Chalkboard style is on-trend right now and creepy spider webs certainly say Halloween. Add matching black and white response cards for guests to indicate that they’re “dying to come” to maximize the ghoulish vibe. You can purchase a digital file and print your own invitations or have them printed by the designer.
To buy: Halloween Wedding Invitation from BlueFenceDesigns, $54 for 25; etsy.com.
Pumpkin on Black Background
This simple, seasonally appropriate design in traditional Halloween black and orange is a great way to share your wedding details. At closer look, the pumpkin is brimming with spine-chilling symbols such as crosses, skulls, crossbones, spiders, and bats. Hoping your guests will come in costume? Be sure to note that on your invite.
To buy: Fancy Orange Pumpkin Wedding Invitation, From $1 each; inviteshop.com.
Planning a rockin’ reception that will raise the dead? Then this other worldly invitation with a romantic skeleton couple amid a graveyard background is a must. Save-the-date cards, table numbers, thank you notes, and more are available in the same design to carry your theme through from start to finish.
To buy: Halloween Wedding Invitation With Skeleton Couple, $2 each; zazzle.com.
Black and White Lace
Having a Halloween wedding theme might be a bit untraditional, but that doesn’t mean that a classically elegant, lace motif invite wouldn’t still fit the bill. The spot for your monogram up top adds the perfect place to personalize this boo-tiful black and white five-by-seven inch card.
To buy: Black Lace Initials Halloween Wedding Invitation, $1 each; purpletrail.com.
Blood Splattered Invite
When your guests receive this invite they will know that they’re in for a bloody good time! If your wedding ambiance will tend toward the sinister and scary, consider this 5.5-by-8.5-inch flat card that can be personalized with a photo or your own preferred text.
To buy: Vintage Steampunk Skull Halloween Wedding Invitation, $1 each; inviteshop.com.
Union of Souls
Alert your friends and family to your upcoming vows with this Victorian Gothic invite. The black and white palette and old-fashioned fonts give it a vintage feel. Coordinating RSVP, directions, and accommodations cards are available, too. You can also customize your order with variety of envelopes, liners, ribbons, and seals.
To buy: Wedding Invitation Halloween Skulls/Gothic Victorian by WatermelonPaperie, prices vary; etsy.com.