Halloween Wedding Invitation Stamps

by CherylsArt

Halloween is a special time of the year to have a wedding. It's a time to be both creative and to have some fun. Here you'll find some unique wedding stamps designed for Halloween.

You'll get to choose from skeleton couples, pumpkins in love, princess themed, full moon, and more. Each can also be customized; you can personalize them with your names and/or wedding date, or with your personal Halloween greeting.

The stamps here are also easy to apply. They have peel and stick backs, making stamping your wedding invitations a breeze.

Is purple the color theme for your Halloween wedding?

This purple pumpkin has a gold stem and gold leaf, for a touch of elegance.

You can easily type in your monogram on the template form, or just delete the letter if you wish.

If you would like to say something and have the letters be smaller, you can do that too.

First, click on the item, and then on Customize It.

Then type in your text.

You can then either click on the text box directly on the image, and use your cursor to adjust the corners (click and drag.) Or you can go to the number box by the letter f for font, to the right of the image. Then either type in a number and hit Enter on your keyboard, or use the scroll function and select a number there.

You can type in lower numbers than the ones shown in the scroll box.

Are you planning a princess themed wedding for Halloween?

This one postage stamp design features a wedding dress, with the ribbons spelling out the words, I do.

A fanciful pumpkin carriage awaits in the background.

You can also customize this design with text if you like. You can find the how to info in the information section above about the purple pumpkin.

Weddings are a time to showcase your love.

The orange pumpkins in love are happy to be side by side and are entwined in a heart shaped vine.

These are a fun way to let your love shine.

Is your love forever, throughout eternity?

This fun skeleton couple are still in love after all this time.

And they're still decked out in a shortened tux and wedding dress.

They're a fun way to invite guests to a skeleton themed wedding.

Will you be having a moonlight wedding?

Lots of things happen at night for Halloween.

RSVP is written across this custom postage stamp.

Or, you can Customize It with your initials, wedding date, etc.

If you are interested in customizing the text, check out the info section right before the purple pumpkin.

If you'd like something a bit more goth, check out the silhouette couple

behind the roses, skulls, and spider webs.

The text and wedding date can easily be customized on the template form.

The background color can also be customized on this design.

To select a different background color, click on the Link, then on Customize It, then on Edit, then on Background, then on the Color of your choice, and then on Done.

For the love of dogs, will you be having a hippy themed wedding, and/or a pooch themed wedding?

This fun couple will take guests back in time when peace and long hair were in.

Actually, any type of costume wedding would work with these too.

They're adorable, don't you think.

Thanks for stopping by, and may you have a boo-tiful wedding.

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Updated: 06/20/2013, CherylsArt
 
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CherylsArt on 06/20/2013

Thank you AugieDoggy, and you are very welcome. I enjoyed meeting Augie and Ti.

AugieDoggyStore on 06/20/2013

Cute blog and selection of stamps! Thanks for including one of mine!

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