The day after Halloween is the BEST day to scroll through Instagram, especially when see you a couple as cute and spooky as this one.

As we move into November, let's not just jump to putting up Christmas decorations ok?

Let's let the wonderful-ness of Halloween linger for just a few days. Which includes scrolling through your social media feeds to enjoy cute candy filled kids, epic costumes and spooky couples like this one.

I know! They look incredible don't they? I first scrolled through, stopped, admired the photos, thought the make-up was so cool and then I realized I actually know who this spooky couple is!

Who's behind those spooky made up faces? Well that's Taylor from Triple T Creation and her boyfriend Treye.

This spooky photo shoot was actually a small business collab between Taylor, the photographer Ashley Durbin and the make-up artist, Sydney Morgan. I mean check out these photos! They are incredible.

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They were taken in different spots across downtown Rockford.

ashleydurbinphotography VIA Instagram

And Taylor and Treye are so good at posing like that, because their a real couple too. In fact they've been together for years and if you're wondering what they look like without all the spook, here you go.

 

 

 

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What else can this collab of awesome female small business owners do together? I can't wait to see!

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