Halloween is almost here, people! This means it’s time to start decorating for your Halloween party and doing some last-minute costume planning. If you are hosting a dinner party this year, the table is sure be the center of attention at your event. Get inspired with these 10 creepy + cool tablescape ideas for your All Hallows’ Eve soiree.
1. Outdoor Tablescape: If you are planning an fall wedding or if it’s warm enough to host your party outdoors, you can totally add a Halloween feel to your table settings without it feeling too kitschy or tacky. By taking the party outdoors, you’ll get a rustic fall vibe. The crows in the trees, black goblets and Victorian-style candlesticks add just a slightly gothic touch. (Photo via Bradley James Photography)
2. Pops of Pink: Who says your color scheme is restricted to black and orange? Grab some paint and get crafty for a cute and colorful tablescape that will last you well past Halloween. (via Alicia Fashionista)
4. Black and White Tablescape: Keep it simple with a basic B+W color palette and place the focus on a unique centerpiece like this cluster of tree branches for an effect that strikes a balance between chic and creepy. (via Home Depot)
5. Dexter Dining: Whether you’re a fan of the show or are simply looking for a setup that will get your guests blood curling, the clean white room with red blood splatter here is *so* awesome. Check out our Dexter-inspired DIYs here. (via Elle Decor)
6. Elegant Gold: If you’re aiming for a sophisticated look this Halloween, sometimes the easiest solution is sticking to a muted color palette. From the burlap tablecloth with a black web overlay to the gold plates and pumpkins, this setting is perfectly festive while still managing to be elegant. (via Finding Home Farms)
7. Dia de los Muertos: The gals over at Wedding Chicks put their own take on a Dia de los Muertos-themed celebration by taking traditional elements, like sugar skulls and vibrant colors, and added a modern twist with geometric patterns and succulents. (Photo via Audra Wrisley)
9. Bold + Glam: If your style is more minimalist, go for a black, white and gold color scheme. The black pumpkins and fur chairs make this a spooky-glam space we wouldn’t mind dining in all year round. (via Stylizmo)
10. Gold and Preppy: Keep it simple with a white and gray color palette and an assortment of painted pumpkins. Bonus: This tablescape would be perfect for Thanksgiving too! (Photo via Roberto Caruso and Angus Fergusson
How are you decorating for Halloween this year? Let us know in the comments!