- Wren Kitchens reveals how to create the ultimate tablescapes for hosting the perfect Halloween party
- Searches for ‘Halloween party ideas’ has increased by 80% in the past month as people begin to plan a spooky get-together.
- Whether you prefer a minimalist approach or love to go the extra mile, there’s a Halloween design style to suit everyone’s style.
Searches for ‘Halloween party ideas’ are up 80% in the past month, as people look for an excuse to host a spooky social event.
Wren Kitchens has created a guide to help inspire people that are looking to get their homes ready for spooky season.
Green is the new orange
Ever considered opting for a green pumpkin rather than the classic orange? Piling up a few green pumpkins on a table will offer a softer color scheme, perfect for a more laidback theme.
Pair your pumpkins with some natural greenery, black candlesticks, and fluffy throws for a cozy atmosphere.
Who says Halloween décor has to be dark and gloomy? A white tablescape is the perfect alternative for those who prefer lighter, more neutral color schemes.
Pair a white tablecloth and napkins with white pumpkins, springs of eucalyptus and tealights in glass jars for a rustic, yet modern, look. For extra style points, try adding a strip of natural hessian down the middle of the table, placing decorations on top.
Warm oranges and golds
For lovers of the cottagecore trend, try scattering an assortment of flowers, pumpkins, squashes, and fruits across the table for the ultimate fall look. Fruits that would work for this include apples, pomegranates, and lemons.
For a seasonal twist, add some candles and gold cutlery. Go that one step further by spraying some foliage gold to lay across the plates.
Dark and spooky
Perfect for those that prefer more traditional Halloween décor, get some faux cobwebs and spiders and stretch it naturally around the plate and table, adding the spiders randomly throughout.
Wrap some cutlery in hessian and finish with candles and crisp fall leaves from the garden.
Pretty floral fun
Black and pink for Halloween? Who would have thought it? Go for this bold and feminine design to break the boundaries for typical Halloween decor. Paint your pumpkins pink, add some faux flowers and purchase a skull to pop on each plate. To go one step further, go all pink with dinnerware and cutlery.
A Halloween classic! Have fun with the kids to create this simple yet fun table setting. Pop a little skeleton on each plate with a napkin over him as if he’s tucked up in bed! An orange plate will make this sweet yet spooky creature pop. Pick up some fall leaves and add a few baby squashes (the uglier the better!).
For more ideas on how to create the ultimate Halloween tablescapes, see the blog post here https://www.wrenkitchens.com/us/blog/hauntingly-beautiful-halloween-tablescapes