Monday, September 6, 2010

Vampire/ Halloween Invitation Idea!


I know I have talked about my friend Michael on this blog before. You know, Michael? My fabulous gay? Well, Michael and I, along with most of America have fallen for the latest vampire craze, HBO's fantastically gory True Blood. So you can imagine my delight when I received the following invite in the mail for a True Blood season finale party, hosted by the fabulous Michael. In typical Michael fashion, the invites were over the top, creative and crafty. 

I opened up the box to find a small unmarked coffin. Hmm, a little weird to get on a Tuesday afternoon, but I was intrigued.


When I opened my mini coffin, I found a weathered looking scroll. The scroll had burned edges and was sealed with black skull. Of course it was.


Lucky me! I have been invited to a True Blood Season 3 finale party! I am looking forward to a fantastic evening of Sookie, Bill, Eric and all the crazy plot twists True Blood has to offer. 


And of course, I can't forget my all too important "Fanger Attire." Hee-hee.


Seriously, how fabulous is Michael?! Is this not perfect for a Halloween party invite? Michael ordered the mini coffins online and stained them to make them look "weathered." He typed out the invitation using a creepy font and used a thick, vintage looking paper. My favorite part was the burned edges, which he did with a lighter. 

After seeing this amazing invitation, I can't wait to see Michael pull out all the stops for the True Blood party next weekend. I will post the pictures after the party!

Have a fantastic week everyone!!

8 comments:

  1. LOVE IT!! I'm so jealous, I wish I had a fabulous Michael in my life! Can't wait to see the party...I'm sure you'll take pics?

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  2. Mini-coffins!? Hilarious and awesome.

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  3. Wow! That is pretty amazing! Very cute and very detailed! Thanks for the idea!

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  4. SO fun! I haven't had a Halloween party since college. We SO need to get on that!

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  5. God hates fangs! But I love this!

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  6. In the words of Russell Edginton: FANTASTIC!

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