We partnered with friend of the company and in life Savannah from Savvy & Clean Wines on this festive and fun tablescape. We brought the rentals and she brought the booze and some of her beautiful resin pieces, i’d say thats a great partnership in any definition of the meaning.
Using majority in-house rentals and beverages we used color ways that incorporated mixed metals of silver and gold to bring depth and chicness to the halloween spirit.
I used a olive taffeta tablecloth and I covered the middle of the table with a runner made from inexpensive black cheesecloth we dyed to match with supplies you can purchase from any big box and party stores.
The tattered texture of the linens added movement and maked an interesting base for Halloween table decorations which creeped around the table.
From there I laid out the place settings. I used these amazing silver edged dinner plates and black+ white plaid linen napkins. Our black matte flatware nicely compliments the plates . For that edge our gold matte chopsticks tied in the silver nicely.
For the glassware we found these elegantly haunting skeleton hand champagne flutes at dollar tree. Since candles are must at a holiday dinner, my Halloween table is graced by these skull-shaped ones and votive holders from our inventory.
For the center of the table Savannah made some sexy resin pieces. Here you can see her three tier tray and these lovely organic shaped coasters which served as our butter plates! All the pieces were wrapped in a beautiful metallic gold finish.
The flowers were faux dark purple calla lilies that we just couldn’t stop obsessing over how real they looked and felt. New to our collection are the black tube vases which held the florals and for added creepiness i stuck in a pair of skeleton hands inside.
Next, to spook up the table, I brought in more elements to suit my theme. Large spiders, and black birds creeped around the table. How cute was this chilling skeleton beverage tub from Home Goods, they certainly have there hands full with all these delicious wines and sparkling Savannah had on hand and for sale lol.
And with that our spooky creepy chic Halloween tablescape is complete! We hope we offered some wonderful ideas and hope you have a fun and safe
All Hallows Eve!
Written by Brandon Peyton