Welcome to My Halloween Party

Welcome, friends, to my Halloween party! This week, I am joining a Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by the very talented Chloe at Celebrate and Decorate. There is lots of spooky fun to be had! Be sure to check out all of the other tablescapes on the schedule posted below. I know that you will find wonderful inspiration for your Halloween parties.

For this tablescape, I chose to use items that I already had on hand.

However, I did add one new item….this cute little witch that I found at Tuesday Morning. I knew that the kids would get a kick out of her, and she made the perfect centerpiece!

I host a Halloween party every year for my children after they are finished trick or treating. It is a tradition that was started by my Grandmother. As I was growing up, I was very fortunate that all of my cousins lived in the same town. There were 9 of us, and every year we would go to my Grandmother’s house for a Halloween party. It was always so much fun, and I am so blessed to have these happy memories.

Spiders, glitter pumpkins, and fall berries also grace the table.



For the underpinning of the table, I chose a dark navy french tablecloth. Burlap placemats anchor each place setting. The plate stack consist of a red and white polka dot plate topped with a pumpkin plate. The glassware is American Fostoria.

Candy corn can be found throughout the table. A little boy, who shall remain nameless, kept sneaking candy from his Momma’s table.



On the buffet, I displayed a jack-o-lantern and ghosts. These are the same decorations that my Mom put out when my brother and I were younger. Now, I put them out for my children to enjoy. Sadly, this year, I only have one trick or treater. The other two are too old. Time goes by so fast, and it is so fun to still have a little one around.

I am so happy that you stopped by for my Halloween party. Please visit the other wonderful Halloween tablescapes.

In the coming weeks, I have more of the new house to show you along with some fall decor ideas. We have been really busy working on lots of projects around the house.

Take care, and I hope that you have a happy Monday, sweet friends!!!



Belle Blue Interiors
From My Carolina Home
Home is Where the Boat Is
My Kentucky Living


Rattlebridge Farm
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Hey Fitzy


Life and Linda
Me and My Captain
The Painted Apron


The Sweet Sensations
Dining Delight
Celebrate & Decorate


Lovely Events
A casa di Bianca
Supper Table Talk


Linking with:
Pieced Pastimes– Life on Lakeshore Drive – Coastal Charm – Dwellings

Savvy Southern Style – French Country Cottage – Stone Gable – Confessions of a Plate Addict

Worthing Court – Between Naps on the Porch – Cedar Hill Farmhouse – A Stroll Thru Life – The Charm of Home

Katherines Corner – Share Your Cup –  21 Rosemary Lane – Rattlebridge Farm –  Life and Linda

Rustic & Refined – Celebrate & Decorate – Peonies and Orange Blossoms – Reinvented Collection

Our Home Away from Home – Sweet Sensations – Imparting Grace – Blue Sky Kitchen




  1. Hi Shannon, Your witch is a spooktacular addition as a centerpiece for your table! One thing I love about your table is that you can easily remove your witch, spiders and black glitter pumpkins in the centerpiece, and your table magically transitions back to fall with those beautiful autumnal pumpkin plates! What a wonderful tradition to carry on from your grandmother with a Halloween party too. It’s always fun blog hopping with you. ♥

  2. Your Halloween table looks superb!! Your new witch looks like she is residing over all, making sure they have a scary good time! I agree with you, sad are the days when the kids are too old to trick or treat!! Enjoy that last one!

  3. Beautiful table, and I love the special pieces and memories from your childhood making memories for the next generation. Those plates are so wonderful for the whole fall season.

  4. Shannon, I agree with Mary.. just remove the witch and your table transitions. Your witch however makes the perfect centerpiece for your Halloween party. I love the pumpkin plates…there is a touch of elegance to your spooktacular table. I love family traditions and how wonderful that you continue what your grandmother started! Fun table my sweet friend!

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  6. Adorable Shannon! Love your grand witch centerpiece ruling over the pumpkin place settings! The sidebar steals the show with the big ceramic Jack o lantern and ghostly trick or treaters! It all looks fabulous with your beloved blue too! What is your little trick or treater going to be this year?

  7. Your witch is wonderfully fun! Having kids around at Halloween makes Halloween so much more fun. With our kids grown and out of the house, it’s pretty bland. Besides, we have no trick-or-treat-ers since we live in the middle of nowhere. So sad…no cute little dressed up goblins to squeal over. I love the tradition your grandmother started. It’s wonderful that you’re carrying on her practice and making memories for your kids (and future grands, I’m sure). Your table is wonderful! Have a fun party! 🙂

  8. What a sweet tradition started by your grandmother. I can only imagine how much she loved seeing all her grandchildren dressed up and celebrating halloween. Thank you for sharing your fun halloween table.

  9. I want to come to your Halloween party!!! Love that witch. She is darling.ha ha

  10. What a fun Halloween tablescape! Your witch is the perfect centerpiece and I like how you decorated around her with the colourful sparkly spiders and candy corn in the glasses – glad your little trick-or-treater left some for your display 🙂 The decor on your sideboard behind the table coordinates wonderfully with the table. Having all your cousins in the same town and having a party together at your grandmother’s sounds like a terrific time and a memory you know doubt cherish. Enjoying the start to the Blog Hop!

  11. WOW! What a gorgeous display. Everything is so lovely and just right for Halloween. Thank you for sharing.

  12. Hi Shannon, what a delightful table you have set. Love the decked out sidebar. The Witch is so cool for a centerpiece. The plates are darling and can be used throughout the fall season.

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    The witch casts a spell over this festive table! I love how the navy French tablecloth creates a foundation and adds a subtle pattern. Burlap placemats show off the gorgeous stacked plates, and your napkins are so lovely, too. Candy corn in the cocktail glasses are so much fun! Loved playing with you this week!

  14. Shannon this is so fabulous! I have been following you on IG for a while but I somehow missed your lovely blog! I will be following here too. I would LOVE for you to come on over to my blog and link up for the Hauntingly Beautiful Decor Link Party too! The party is live all month and you can link up multiple posts, old or new. Hope to see you there!

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  16. You were so smart, Shannon! To add the party decorations and still have a fall table is so clever. You have some nice decorations.
    I have a big child that steals my candy! I know you wouldn’t have in any other way.
    The party after treat or treating is a great idea.

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  18. I agree with Mary! This is such a fun and easy transition from Halloween to Fall and back again. Just adore your darling witch as the centerpiece. Your whole room is beautiful.

  19. I love that witch centerpiece and those place settings with cute pumpkin plates! It has a great fall feel with a Halloween punch!

  20. HI
    I always thought I had found the perfect witch for my table, but yours tops mine by far!!! Lover her. And as always……the plates, I was hooked when I saw the plates!

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  22. Oh Shannon I love it! Your witch makes a delightfully spooky centrepiece! And, those pumpkin plates. Adorable. Such a fun Halloween table!

  23. I LOVE your witch centerpiece, the whole table is delightful. Blog hopping is such fun and I enjoy meeting other bloggers with the same passion as I have.

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  25. I love hearing about family traditions and how you treasure those memories of your grandmother. Your table is so elegantly wicked! … One that can easily transition to a Fall/Thanksgiving tablescape…

  26. Hi Shannon! Great table, and great room! I don’t know how I have missed that pretty blue print on your chairs in the past. The best part about this is the story behind it! You are so blessed to have everyone together for this tradition, and to have had that with your cousins when you were young. I am sure your own children will remember this fondly as they grow up. Thank you so much for being a part of another great tablescape blog hop! Oh, and I love your witch!

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  28. What a great tradition you are carrying on from your childhood – your table is just perfect and I love your witch as a centerpiece!

  29. The little witch is adorable and she looks right at home on your table. The navy tablecloth is very pretty and pairs well with the orange and I love those pumpkin plates. Thanks for sharing your family traditions and it’s nice that you have decor from your childhood.

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  32. Your little witch is beautiful and pumpkins plate too! Beautiful tablescape ad usual, Shannon!

  33. So happy to see this in the line up at Celebrate Your Story this week!

  34. What an eerie Halloween table! The witch is so fun!

  35. What a cute Halloween party table- love the witch! The burlap looks great on the blue and I like the dishes. Love the buffet with the blue dishes, pumpkin and white ghosts. I never experienced a party after trick or treating but it sounds like fun!

  36. Shannon, this table is so adorable with your darling witch perched on the pedestal. I love the way you’ve mixed the fall details with the Halloween touches. You can tweak the table to be fall once Halloween is over. Great idea!

  37. Shannon, I want to come to this party!

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