Of all the tablescapes I’ve created this year, this one was the most fun! I enjoyed pairing iconic orange and black haunted house colors with the shiny bling of Christmas and New Year’s Eve silver and gold. Creating the Shining Bright Haunted House Halloween Tablescape was a scream.
The sparkly silver and gold elements began with a starry tablecloth from Kate Spade. Golden Juilliard utensils made by Oneida flank each haunted place setting. The vintage and oh-so-perfectly-tarnished silver-plated goblets (made by Salem of Portugal) are perfect for a Halloween tablescape. The “goblets” on the ends, and the bowl filled with candy belong to a Depression glass marigold sherbet set by Imperial.
I found the polka dot runner at Goodwill. The hand-painted pumpkin flower pot is one of a pair that I made in 1998. I probably need to paint some new ones. However, if it ain’t broke-don’t fix it, right? You can read the tutorial for the Easy Haunted House Centerpiece here.
The green pine cone plates are from Martha Stewart’s Woodland Holiday line. I have the red plates (they have embossed ornaments around the rim) too, and the ones with holiday berries. I never get tired of any of the Woodland patterns. I like change, so it’s interesting that I’ve had these plates since my older children were small (and that I still like and use them on my table).
I folded the Halloween napkins into a haunted house shape, and graced each place setting with a Gummy Spider from CVS Pharmacy.
The golden plates on the ends are Sheffield Sierra, and the haunted house dessert/luncheon plates are made by Home.
I hope you enjoyed my Shining Bright Haunted House Halloween Tablescape!
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