Halloween Tablescape Details
Hi babes! As many of you may have noticed I’m THE Halloween Queen. Not only do I have a deep love for this holiday but also entertaining. I couldn’t miss putting together an epic tablescape this year. I used items I purchased throughout the years and paired them with some new festive gems.
First things first when creating a table – the centerpiece! I started by placing a sheer web fabric on the table. The tablecloth is the first thing to go down, and it creates a festive look while adding texture to the table. I then took a few pieces of black cloth and set it in the middle of the table – lengthwise. This forms a bit of volume, specifics the center of the table and is where I began to place my decorations. I styled out the centerpiece with my black everyday iron candle holders and added in black pumpkins, black flowers, and metallic moons. As I mentioned some of my decor is old, but I’ll link similar items below!
Next up, it was time to set the table with a fun place setting. I started out by using gold chargers, flatware and black dinner plates that I use all the time. For a more festive look, I added in checked napkins, small skeleton plates, skull and/or hand name card holders and name tags. Many of y’all have asked me about my skeleton plates on Instagram and unfortunately they are from a past year and sold out. No need to worry, I’ve found a few similar options: here and here.
If you’re wanting to take your dinner party to the next level, get name tags made. Etsy is where it’s at, boos! I have found SO many decorations and entertaining items on their site. These place cards are from this vendor – easy and cheap!
The final touch to the table is the black goblets (wine glasses). Aren’t they just amazing!! I found them last year on Etsy and they are everythaaaaang! Very Game of Thrones meets Hocus Pocus. My tablescape would not be complete without them! Now, who’s coming over?? Muhahahaha!
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