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I love entertaining and a good theme for a dinner party. What’s more fitting this time of year with a Halloween theme? I pulled out all of my Halloween decorations and put together a fun Halloween tablescape for this month’s festivities.
Lucky for me, my chairs are already orange and I had this tablecloth. I always start a tablescape from the tablecloth or runner and work up from there. I looked through all my plates and settled on these green dishes from a vintage shop in Columbia, TN. When you stack plates, feel free to play with textures, patterns, and colors.
Each place setting gets a mini pumpkin or another festive prop. You could do a leaf or small greenery for a fall/Thanksgiving theme. Usually, there’s silverware and napkins next to each place setting but I didn’t have anything that matched. Each place also gets a drinking glass for water and a wine glass. These green glasses and grey wine glasses are recent purchases from Crate & Barrel. The glitter spiders are meant to be pinned into something but I rigged them to sit in the wine glasses.
Once each place setting is done you can play with the centerpiece. I decided on orange vases with Margi Gras beads inside and some Day of the Dead pumpkins with some greenery. I didn’t want anything too tall so you can see across the table.
From there it’s going through other decorations and playing around with what goes with your theme and color scheme.
I had so much fun putting all this together. See how it all turned out below!
Green Drinking Glasses // Grey Wine Glasses // Mini Pumpkins // Stick on Glitter Spiders // Mini Day of the Dead Pumpkins // Day of the Dead Shelf Sitter // Day of the Dead Candy Bowl // Kitchen Chairs