Hello, and welcome to my non-traditional Halloween tablescape! I’m so excited to share my less than traditional Halloween table setting with you and hope you’ll find oodles of Halloween decorating ideas during your visit.
Many thanks to Chloe of Celebrate & Decorate for hostessing this lovely tablescape hop. She’s gathered together 27 tablescapes that are sure to give you Autumn ideas and inspiration. Be sure to check out the remainder of the tablescapes at the bottom!
If you’re coming over from one of the other fantastic blogs in this hop, it’s so great to meet you! My small family of seven (ha!) moved into this house about nine years ago. The first few years we spent most of our time keeping everyone alive – five is a fair number of kids. After being relatively successful with that, we decided to tackle a few DIY projects. Since then, little by little, we’ve been making this home truly our own! I hope you’ll stay and look around. You might enjoy a few details about our home, or if you fancy, please check out the myriad of projects in the project library.
For now, though, let’s get ready to dine with spooky, yet untraditional style! Be careful, though, to watch out for the spooky creatures that may be creeping around on the table. Shh.. Let’s tread carefully lest we wake them from their naps!
A near-black Dahlia sets the mood. There is such a wildness to Halloween that it is often necessary to have a centerpiece the same. I’ll be sharing the details on this fun DIY centerpiece next week!
This is entirely a casual setting which leaves plenty of room for non-ceramic plates. I picked these up in the Halloween section of Target.
It’s easy enough to add whatever color you’d like to your Halloween decor. There is no rule that says Halloween can only be dressed in orange and black.
Thirsty? I’ve prepared a
brew cocktail for you!
Boo! It’s pretty difficult to hide when mercury glass is around!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I do hope you’ll do so again! Be sure to visit the other tablescapes on the hop!