When thinking of Halloween decor, the most common themes are pumpkins, skulls, pretty much all things creepy crawly and the occasional candy corn thrown in the bunch. If you’re looking to decorate with something that is a little more unconventional, why not try adding florals to your holiday decor this season? Here are some of our favorite ways to add gorgeous flowers to your home this Halloween.
1. DIY Skull Vase: Sometimes, creating a festive floral arrangement is as simple as finding a vase that fits your theme. This super easy DIY involves a life-sized model skull and some of your favorite fresh fall flowers for a table centerpiece that is slightly creepy but perfectly chic. (via Honestly Yum)
2. Welcome Sign: Skip the cheesy welcome signs this year and opt for a pumpkin vase instead. You could use it as a centerpiece or place it on your stoop. Either way, it will be cute + festive. (via BHG)
3. Decoupaged Flowers: Having to deal with the upkeep of flowers and plants can be time consuming. Use a pumpkin as your canvas, find some pretty floral paper and create a gorgeous decoration that will last until Thanksgiving. (via Brit + Co)
5. Modern Bouquet: Whether you’re planning a fall wedding or simply looking to spruce up your space, florals in hues of rust and green with a simple striped ribbon will make a big impact. (via Snap Photography)
8. Succulents: Grab a couple of mini pumpkins, hollow them out and then place your favorite succulents inside. These are minimalist, but would look fantastic on a coffee table or mantel. (via Living Locurto)
9. Scary Spider Roses: Even an arrangement as simple as a bouquet of white roses can be Halloween-ified with the right tools. Find or paint a black vase, then use vinyl glue to add bugs, snakes or any other creepy creatures to your arrangement. (via Martha Stewart)
10. Antlers and Fall Colors: For something a little more unconventional, grab a pair of faux antlers and mix them up with some silk flowers and pumpkins. We guarantee you’ll want to keep this on display throughout fall. (via French Kissed)
What are some of your favorite ways to decorate for Halloween? Let us know in the comments!