Where has October gone? I feel like I blinked and it’s already half over! Today I’m excited to once again join my table stylist friends for the annual Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop. It was just one year ago that I joined this talented group, and it’s become one of the highlights of my blogging adventure. Many thanks to Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for coordinating these fun hops!
This year I chose a “pumpkin masquerade” theme. I had these feather masks left over from when my mom and I had our shop. It’s quite a departure from last year’s tablescape. There’s not a spider, mouse or black crow on this table!
The orange ornaments are from my mom’s stash. She used to decorate a twig “Halloween tree” . It was fun to bring her tradition back.
I bought the black dinner plates at Dollar Tree. I think they make the masks stand out. The vintage silver plate flatware is a recent thrifting find.
I tied the tan linen napkins with jute twine and hot glued a faux floral onto the twine. The flowers are from Dollar Tree and are left over from my DIY Fall Wreath.
The black stemware is also from Dollar Tree. I thought it was perfect for Halloween.
The pumpkins in the hurricane are vintage candles from my mom’s stash.
The little jack-o-lantern atop the pumpkin is also a vintage candle.
Pumpkins, masks and candlelight!
Each guest gets a different mask.
A delightful, but not frightful, Halloween table!
Thanks for stopping by today. I hoped you liked my Pumpkin Masquerade Halloween Tablescape. If you haven’t already, go check out the other tables below. You will definitely be inspired!