Halloween is such a wonderful time of year for creativity and fun decor, isn’t it? That’s why we love this Spooky Halloween Tablescape that features a creepy tree, spiders, moss, pumpkins and more! I know the collaboration between Tasha Miller of Meant2BeEvents and Dianna Samuels of Chasing Bliss Design will inspire you whether you’re setting a frightfully fun table for your family or decorating for your Halloween Party!
Halloween Tablescape Ideas
Growing up we always celebrating Halloween with our neighbors. We lived out in the country and houses were fairly far away from each other so we’d first gather at one family’s house (we rotated each year) for dinner and a party and then all the kids would pile into a tractor trailer for a hayride from house to house to go trick-or-treating! It was always a blast and I think that’s why I love decorating for and celebrating Halloween to this day! If you’re planning a Halloween party, grab our Party Planning Checklist so you don’t forget any details! Okay, onto the spooky decor…
This fun Halloween table setting is centered around the “Spooky” wooden cutout letters at the top of each place setting. I just love the creativity of the big eyes, don’t you? A gold charger is topped with an orange napkin, black plate and a custom menu designed by Be In Love Designs: Wedding & Event Stationary.
Right above the spooky eyes is a darling pumpkin name card holder. To recreate this look, we found some similar pumpkin name card holders here.
The Halloween themed stemless wine glass warns, “Not Drinking Would Be a Grave Mistake!” Did you notice its base is coated in black glitter?
Halloween Centerpiece Ideas
The centerpiece for this Halloween table is really simple and can easily be recreated at home. In fact, you can probably find the perfect creepy branch in your yard that can be added to a vase or small planter you already have – all you’ll need to do is add spiders and an assortment of pumpkins!
I think the addition of the moss around the base of the centerpiece and the mercury glass candleholders used throughout the table add a nice touch as well. If you like this look, you could even swap out the spiders for colorful fall leaves and use this as your Thanksgiving centerpiece next month.
We hope you are inspired to create a fun Halloween table for your party by this design! If you’re want other fall decor inspiration, be sure to check out these pumpkin tablescape ideas as well.