I love all the fun and beautiful art that is created for “El Día de Los Muertos” — The Day of the Dead. This Mexican holiday is a celebration of the lives of loved ones that haved passed away, which actually makes it a beautiful theme to bring into a wedding. I created this Red & Black Wedding stationary to allow a bride and groom to have The Day of the Dead vibe in their invitation without being too literal, or seemingly morbid, with sugar skulls. I had so much fun collecting the images for this wedding inspiration collage.
Photo credits, clock-wise from upper-left:
“One Sweet Love” Red Roses Wedding Invitation by Lauren DiColli Hooke for Kleinfeld Paper — Sugar Skull Wedding Cake Toppers by sweetiecaketopper on Artfire — Red “Love” Stamps — Ruby & Diamond Earrings — King Baby Men’s Black & White Skull Circle Enamel Cuff Links — Paper Cutting “Amor Eterno” (Love Forever) Black Papel Picado by SheMakeR on Etsy — “Day of the Dead” Fondant Wedding Cake by Cakelava — Red, Black & White Bouquet of anemones, roses, calla lilies & peonies — Men’s Suit — Red Rose Satin Shoes — Black Parrot Tulip from Bloom Magazine — Beautiful Black Lace Wedding Cake from Real Simple — Black Strapless Bridesmaid Dress from Noir by Lazaro — Bride & Groom Photo by Assassynation Photography — “Day of the Dead” Toasting Flutes by Brad Goodell on Etsy — Black & White Anemone & Feather Boutinierre by EmilyKBotanicStudio on Etsy — DIY Punched Paper Candle Holders — White Personalized Papel Picado Banner Strings — “One Sweet Love” Black & Red Wedding Favor Gift Tag by Lauren DiColli Hooke for Kleinfeld Paper — Black & White Anemone Centerpiece — Flower & Broach Bouquet — Black Floral Bridal Sash Belt by RomanticARTlife on Etsy