You may have picked up on the fact that we were kind of excited for Halloween. Just a little bit. But that didn’t mean that we forgot today was Dia de los Muertos, a day that brings with it a whole different kind of celebration and a rainbow’s worth of bright, beautiful decorations and festivities. If you don’t have anything planned for today, RSVP to these Dia de los Muertos-themed weddings. If you’re planning your nuptials around the time of this Mexican holiday, check out these 27 must-see ideas for the themed wedding of the year. (2015 ;)

1. Flower Arrangements: Liven up a black vase with vibrant flowers for the ideal Dia de los Muertos centerpiece. (via Hostess With The Mostess)

2. Bright Wedding Cake: You won’t be seeing any simple white fondant-covered cakes here. Instead, think bright colored tiers accented with flowers. (via Burnetts Boards)

3. Epic Backdrop: An epic backdrop is the perfect addition to your ceremony or photo booth at the end of the night. (via Frosted Petticoat)

4. Place Setting + Name Tags: Looking for a unique name tag for your place settings? DIY painted wood tags for your guests to ooh and aah over. (via Ruffled)

5. Novia Chair: Oh, yes. Your table for two just got *way* cuter. Hang “Novia” and “Novio” signs on your bride and groom chairs. (via WantThatWedding)

6. Costume Jewelry: Give your classic wedding look a little extra something with a skull statement necklace. (via Offbeat Bride)

7. Bright Bouquet: Nothing says Dia de los Muertos like bright colors, and that doesn’t stop at your bouquet. We especially love the pink peonies. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

8. Groom’s Boutonniere: Don’t forget about your groom! Add a touch of your theme to the men of the wedding party with embroidered collars and a bright boutonniere. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

9. Party Favor Bags: I don’t think skulls could get any more adorable… he’s on one knee! Totes adorbs. (via A Bride’s Life)

10. Bride and Groom Chairs: Bride and groom signs are the new thing in the wedding world. Take yours to the next level with a skull and scallops. (via A Bride’s Life)

11. Floral Headpiece: No, we didn’t forget about your look. A Dia de los Muertos wedding is basically asking for an awesome headpiece and beautiful dress. (via Wedding Chicks)

12. Bold Centerpieces: One of the easiest ways to show off your theme is through centerpiece accessories. Trust us, your tablescape will thank you for choosing these candles and plants. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

13. Natural Cake: Bride and groom cake toppers are so yesterday. Give your wedding a natural vibe with a plant topper. (via Burnetts Board)

14. Cactus Centerpiece: Centerpieces don’t have to be over the top. Take a trip to the farmer’s market for an easy addition to your tablescape. (via Wedding Chicks)

15. Skull Cookies: A party isn’t complete without a little sugar. Sweeten up your wedding with these oh-so-festive skull cookies. (via Sweet Sugar Belle)

16. Table for Two: This is the perfect private table for the new husband and wife. And you can’t miss those epic streamers! (via Green Wedding Shoes)

17. Welcome Sign: Welcome your guests to the most special day of your life with a gold accented wedding board. (via Wedding Chicks)

18. Cake Table: The cake table is always a sight to see at the reception. Give it a little va va voom with vibrant accessories. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

19. RSVP Stationery: RSVPs are usually a pretty boring extra that comes with the wedding invite, but not these! Make yours unique with fun stationery. (via Wedding Chicks)

20. Maracas: Place maracas on each chair for some seriously winning party favors. (via Rock N Roll Bride)

21. Unique Wedding Dress: We’ve shown y’all quite a few wedding dresses in the past, but nothing quite like this one. The stunning floral pattern is the icing on the cake to your nuptials. (via Style Me Pretty)

22. Wedding Party Style: Go for a casual look for your wedding party with mismatched dresses and gingham shirts. And a collar for the ring bearer ;) (via Ruffled)

23. Candle Centerpiece: Don’t forget to add candles and skulls to your centerpiece. They’re a Dia de los Muertos must! (via Rock N Roll Bride)

24. Ombre Cake: You can’t have a wedding without an epic cake. We’re big fans of the ombre floral pattern they achieved in this design. (via The Knot)

25. Striped Aisle: Instead of a classic white aisle, opt for a brightly-colored blanket. It brings some extra flair to an already colorful wedding theme. (via Bridesmaid)

26. Wedding Invite: Now, this might take some planning ahead of time, but these wedding invites are totally cool and will surely get your guests excited about your big day. (via The Knot)

27. Paper Flower Backdrop ($1,000): Not only do we love the paper backdrop (because when have we said no to a backdrop?!) but we’re also obsessed with the bright chairs connected by an ampersand. So cute!

Are you excited for Dia de los Muertos? What are your plans? Tell us in the comments below.