If you’re throwing a Halloween party with your family, you might be focusing on festive cocktails and scary good treats. You may not forget to show some love to your table. Because you know what’s even better than a regular old Halloween party?
7 Halloween Dining Area Decorations For Family Celebrations
A sophisticated decor for Halloween dinner party. We’ve got plenty of ideas to get you inspired, and most of these you can DIY on the cheap. These elevated but-on theme Halloween dining area decorations and centerpieces are sure to make it unforgettable.
1. Fall And Halloween Decor
Keep things sophisticated with unexpected colors that don’t scream Halloween but still feature that fall aesthetic. A rich, blue tablecloth helps neutral plates pop. Add fresh flowers for even more color and stick to an earthy palette with your plating and napkins to even it out.
2. Black and White Table Decor
This black and white tablescape is not super spooky but sure is charming. You can paint the skull with silver paint and put it in the plate area or make it as the centerpiece. Hand skeletons can be good options too. Put the hand skeletons with flowers and grass in the vase so it can give spooky effects.
3. White Pumpkin Combination
Not into orange and black? Forget them! If you want it to feel more elegant, go for white instead of orange pumpkins. And try an unconventional pop of color, like light pink. This neutral decoration can be a good option for Halloween’s older people party.
4. Farmhouse Chic Halloween
Welcome to the big kid’s table. This is where we’ll be when the trick-or-treaters come knocking. Keep your table rustic and pared-down, then add in pops of color with purple placemats and orange napkins. And let the food double as decor (figs are always a good call).
5. Broomstick Chandelier
Have you ever seen a more epic Halloween table? From the broomstick and black cat chandelier to the black fringed tablecloth, gourds, and black candlesticks, this dining room is fully decked out. The romantic pink and red centerpieces make for a nice contrast that softens and elevates the themed decor.
6. Halloween Centerpiece
Throwing a sophisticated grownup Halloween soiree? Decorate the table with a centerpiece. It’s much more moody and romantic than your average Halloween decor. And then maybe throw in some festive coasters for good measure.
7. Cobweb Tablecloth
Instead of using a runner or tablecloth, cover a dessert/buffet table in faux cobwebs. It’s such an easy way to give your spread an instant Halloween aesthetic.