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Monday, February 23, 2009

Favor Feb: Old Fashion Halloween

I've just discovered the most AMAZING site. Old Fashion Halloween. They sell...well, EVERYTHING.

For favors, they've got lace crows, halloween samplers, cards, reissues of Victorian palmestry guides and illusionary pamphlets (perfect for steampunk and Victorian weddings), candles, beautiful halloween treat bags and boxes, fortune teller postcards, mini crystal balls...the list goes on.

Fortune Teller Reproduction Postcard, $2, from Old Fashion Halloween

If you're looking for decor ideas for a Halloween reception, Old Fashion Halloween have you totally covered. ghost, bat, spider and skull table runners, witchy teacups and candleholders, napkins, paper plates and table skirts are but a few of the delights awaiting you in their Halloween Table section.

Witch Teacup, $16, from Old Fashion Halloween

For invitations, Old Fashion Halloween have letterpress cards, Edward Gorey, reproduction Victorian delights, and fancy art cards.

Relax Spides, I keep house casually, Letterpress card $3

They also sell wonderful antique noisemakers, decor items, fabrics and paper ephemera. And probably a kitchen sink, if you asked nicely.

They also keep a Halloween Blog, and an articles archive of old magazine articles and Halloween craft projects. AND they operate DragonFly Design studios - vintage halloween pattern reproductions, for you DIY brides.

Did I mention that I'm in LOVE with Old Fashion Halloween?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice ideas , they have also some interesting wedding favors on, but more classical but still unique and eye pleasant. i think for my wedding i will try to mix some ideas from here and there and make something special, because i don't want to be either classical either too eccentric, but still i wanna have much personality.

February 24, 2009 at 5:46 AM  
Blogger Wedding_Skulls said...

Thanks boilda! I think that's an excellent idea mixing the more 'traditional' wedding decor with eccentric touches. I think this really makes those little extra unique details stand-out.

If there's one thing we wedding planners have to learn, it's that our weddings aren't about competing to be the most 'crazy' or the most 'traditional' or the most 'out there'. It's all about celebrating what makes you as a couple unique and special.

February 24, 2009 at 3:09 PM  
Blogger Holiday Queen said...

Very cool! Love all your Halloween finds. Thanks for sharing!

February 25, 2009 at 5:43 AM  
Blogger Wedding_Skulls said...

Thank YOU for reading :) I love that other people love this stuff as much as I do.

February 25, 2009 at 9:01 AM  

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