Are you a Voodoo child? Do you long for the full moon so you and your beloved can light a candle and bind your dolls together in a cosmic magical knot? Or maybe you're just looking for a bayou-styled ceremony that none of your other bride-to-be friends would ever dare to try!
Here are 11 ways to have a Voodoo inspired wedding:
You can't harness the power of old New Orleans without a pair of stunning Mardi Gras masks.
...and stick a pin in it!
The House of Blues in New Orleans has it's own Voodoo Garden that's perfect for some midnight magic, music, and voodoo vows.
Bloody Mary, a self-proclaimed 11th generation Voodoo Queen, will be the priestess for your wedding ceremony. (And YES, that couple IS kissing a snake.)
While hand fasting is an ancient Celtic tradition, it's become a popular part of Pagan and Voodoo wedding ceremonies.
Make sure your Voodoo priestess knows how to properly set up the altar.
Sometimes all you need are a few candles, a bottle of wine and chalk art. Sorry, florists of the world.
When the wedding is over, your cake topper can double as a pincushion! Sweet!
Ship in a box of Voodoo Doughnuts from Portland for a totally interactive wedding dessert! (Stab it with the pretzel and it will ooze blood... uh, we mean, jam!) And for the true doughnut fanatic check out this donut shop wedding!
If you'd rather have cake, this Tim Burton-esque creation is anything but traditional.
Your voodoo day wouldn't be complete without a set of matching bride and groom dolls.
Now that you've seen how other couples are doing that voodoo that they do so well, it's time to start planning your own mystical marriage.