Throw a haunted harvest dinner party to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve. Learn how to create elegantly spooky Halloween table decorations mixing fine china, thrift store finds and dollar store decor.
I’m so glad you could join me for my haunted Halloween dinner party. I’ve been expecting you, so I’ve been working hard to make sure the atmosphere and these Halloween table decorations are just right.
This soiree could use some new blood. Some of the guests are deadly boring!
In case it wasn’t obvious, I love decorating for Halloween and spooking the place up for our family, guests and trick-or-treaters. Today, I’m sharing our Halloween table decorations in the dining room, as well as our spooky foyer entryway.
Come inside if you dare!
This year’s theme is fall harvest meets southern gothic, which gave me an excuse to pair traditional Halloween decor with my fine china and crystal. There are lots of skeletons, skulls and spiderwebs — the sort of thing you might find in a ramshackle old mansion. A lot of the accessories are from the dollar store, my favorite place to shop for Halloween decor and craft supplies.
In the foyer, you’ll find (deadly?) potion and specimen bottles…
… and (spell?) books written in foreign tongues.
It’s clear that this was once a fine manor…
But there’s an air of disrepair and neglect evident in the layers of dust and spiderwebs.
The dining room table is set for a fall harvest feast.
At first glance, you might feel welcomed. But look more closely, and you’re sure to feel some unease.
There’s fine china at every seat…
… though the motifs can be a bit disturbing.
I’m sure those tombstone name cards are nothing to worry about.
And surely that’s just wine in those glasses…
… even though I don’t see a bottle on the bar.
Perhaps you should stick to spirits instead.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tour of my Halloween table decorations in the dining room, as well as the foyer.
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As I mentioned earlier, many of the items I used to create this spooky tableau were either things I already owned, thrifted or inexpensive dollar store and big box store purchases.
If I couldn’t find an exact match for a product I used for our Halloween table decorations and foyer decor, I’ve linked to something similar.
Plaid Blanket Scarf
Gold Charger Plates
Black Buffet Napkins
Halloween Potion Bottle Stickers
Mercury Glass Pumpkin
Mercury Glass Skull
Mercury Glass Pumpkin Ornament
Vera Wang Wine glasses
Queen’s Lace China PlatesGold Plastic Flatware
Silver Champagne Flutes
Black Creepy Cloth
Stretch Spider Webbing
Gold Bar Cart
Pink & Aqua Rug
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