Looking for a spooky Halloween tablescape idea? Stop by and browse our Halloween Skeleton Tablescape. You will find the guest of honor already seated at the black and white bones and skulls table.
BONES SKULLS & RUBY RED DISHES
Bones and skulls along with ruby red dishes and Skeleton hand cups adorn our Halloween Skeleton Tablescape this year. Admittedly we decorated a little more spooky this year which is not my norm. But sometimes we need to keep folks guessing what we might do next!
Welcome to our Halloween edition of the monthly Tablescape Hop hosted by the talented Chloe of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe organizes a monthly collaboration of table decor and design loving bloggers to share our latest seasonal table decor. We hope to inspire you with ideas you can use in your own home. You will find a variety of styles and ideas. Just scroll down for the list of links at the end of this post. Be sure to come back next month because we will be sharing Thanksgiving table decor ideas.
CUPCAKES & SKELETON HANDS
Our Skeleton Hand plastic mugs came from Oriental Trading as did all of our party supplies. Oriental Trading is seriously your Halloween Headquarters for both spooky and not so spooky. They even have bulk candy and non candy allergy friendly things to hand out for Trick or Treat.
Don’t you just love those Cupcake Skull picks too! They are spooky and classy at the same time. we served Chocolate cupcakes with a white icing which made the perfect dessert for a black and white style Halloween party.
BONES & CHAINS
Skulls, bones and chains are the focus of our centerpiece. They are overseen by their caretaker a mini skeleton. The base of the centerpiece is an over sized white platter layered with black fabric.
Do you remember the Avon Cape Cod Collection of gorgeous ruby tableware? We used several pieces in our centerpiece, including the cake stand and the creamer. The dishes are part of the place setting.
BETTY TWO HEADS
Meet the hostess and guest of honor who we call Betty Two Heads. She keeps her kitty with her and you will see him sitting next to her on the table. He doesn’t eat much because it tends to go right through him.
Betty had those Spider Fascinators made special for this Halloween Party. She is a bit of a cheapskate buying all of the supplies at the dollar store except the lace tulle. It came from Oriental Trading on a roll and was used as a topper on the table.
BLACK WHITE & CREAM
We enjoyed styling this Halloween party in white, black and cream colors. The vintage look Halloween decorations from Oriental Trading made the color scheme easy to pull off.
The layering on the table begins with a cream colored fabric tablecloth from my collection which is then topped with black lace tulle. The only other color we used was the red cherries on the rim of the Skeleton Hand mugs which hold cherry juice and the ruby red Avon Cape Cod Collection pieces. Their color is so dark it almost looks black.
VINTAGE AVON CAPE COD
Our plate stack is layered with a black place mat topped with white chargers then the Avon Cape Cod dinner plate and finally a paper dessert plate from the Oriental Trading Vintage Halloween collection.
We also used our everyday flatware and the cute Skull paper napkins from Oriental Trading as well.
CREEPY & EERIE
We think we captured all of the creepiness with bones and skeletons and skulls on this eerie Halloween dinner table. Touches of string lights, candles and black tea lights resting in skeleton hands help to set the mood.
Also see our Skeleton Halloween Party for all the details on the buffet and more of Betty Two Head’s story.
Please be sure to browse the Halloween Tablescape’s from my fellow table decor and design loving bloggers below. There are more released each day this week!
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