Welcome to the 420th Tablescape Thursday!
The cooler days have me in the mood for a Halloween table this week. I have a friend visiting and she and I had fun putting this one together.
It all started with some whimsical black and white dinner plates I spotted in HomeGoods earlier in the week.
They reminded me so much of MacKenzie-Childs dishware, but the price was a lot more in line with my tablescaping budget.
There’s a black spider guarding your napkin and another little spider guarding your drink. Hope you don’t mind a little company. Hee, hee
Forgotten where I found these beaded, spider napkin rings, I think it may have been in Pier 1. The napkins are just white napkins covered with black tulle purchased in a local fabric store. Tulle is so easy to use because it doesn’t unravel. You just cut it to the size you need, no sewing required.
Love these Trick or Treat plates by Global Design Connections, designed by Kate Williams. I think I found these a few years back in HomeGoods and filled in with a couple more from eBay, if I’m remembering correctly.
They were the perfect compliment to the Cynthia Rowley black and white dinner plates I just picked up in HomeGoods. Flatware is available and on sale HERE in several colors. You’ll also find it HERE. I love using this pattern for Halloween tables. Chargers are from Horchow back in 2008.
Found the arching black cat Halloween glasses a couple of years ago on eBay.
The centerpiece for this table was easy to create, just draped a little “creepy” cloth over the pedestal for an extra creepy factor.
You can find creepy cloth in Dollar General, I saw it there this year when I stopped by. It also makes a great tablecloth for a Halloween table.
I used it as a table runner down the center of the table for this Halloween table setting.
Happy Halloween, Friends!
Looking forward to the beautiful table settings shared for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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