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!!!