There’s nothing I love more than fall. The weather is cool, the trees turn golden, pumpkins everywhere, and Christmas is just around the corner. This is my happy time and probably it’s yours too. I mentioned in my last Halloween wreath blog post that I normally don’t decorate a lot for Halloween. I can’t do scary but really I’m just hyper focused on Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is the year I’ve decided to change all that! Yes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, but since we’re in the middle of a pandemic I think we all could use a little more fun. So I’m excited to share my first ever Halloween spooktacular tablescape!
I’ve always been a big fan of black and white decor, especially when it comes to setting the table. I’m a firm believer that we all need a set of basic white dishes and basic black dishes. Nothing anchors a table like black or white, and the combinations you can create year round are endless.
I love having a vivid contrast in my decor, and these black and white striped chargers were an amazing find, and on sale for $2! Pair them with these orange buffalo plaid napkins (also on sale) and my heart sings!
I’m a Le Creuset fan all the way, but I can’t help but be totally obsessed with these Staub pumpkins. They’re the perfect size for soups, side dishes, and individual desserts. I have the black pumpkins and the orange ones… I’m already feeling like I NEED the white ones too! They’re adorable, oven proof, and double as home decor, you can’t go wrong with these!
The ghost centerpiece was a cute, last minute craft project I made. We’re having a not so scary Halloween this year and these friendly ghosts fit the bill. I love them especially paired with my super easy white washed pumpkins.
If you follow me on Instagram I gave you a sneak peak of our back deck. I’m so happy with the way everything turned out, and I can’t wait to do a full reveal on the blog so stay tuned and again happy fall! It’s been a rough year so soak up all this fall goodness and Halloween fun.