Halloween Table Decor
As Halloween draws near make sure you are all set for your spooky bash. Here you can check out some of our Halloween table decor ideas!
Your invitation sets the tone for your Halloween soiree. It’s easy to create these coffin shaped invites. Using our black cardstock
we traced the coffin shape in our ideal size then adorned it using a gold sharpie marker. Mail in our dark red envelopes
for that extra Halloween edge
Our black wrapping paper
makes a great backdrop for a table set up. Even if you don’t cover your whole wall with paper – you can use a long decorated piece as a focal point or wall décor. We used our gold paint pen
to write the infamous Macbeth witches scene.
Candy Snack Bag
Every great party is complete with a goody bag. Grab our small black lunch bags
fill with candy, popcorn, or something more sinister, decorate with our gold paint pen
and seal with our mini wood clips
. Make sure it’s good to the last bite!
To create the paper flower for the base of the name card: cut out a large circle in your desired color. Here I cut about an 8” circle. Then in one line cut a spiral into the paper leaving a small circle as the middle. From the outside end of the spiral roll the paper in and continue to wrap the thin strip. Once you have the desired size glue the edges to the small bottom circle. The tombstone name card was cut from our black card stock
and written with our gold paint pen
Using our glitter wrapping paper
and black card stock
we drew masquerade maks then cut them out and glued to a covered wooden stick. Here you can be creative! If you have a theme for your party try creating masks that follow suit!
Thank you Bag
If you need a larger goody bag or snack holder go for our large kraft lunch bags
. Here we used our black marker to draw Halloween inspired scenes and filled with black tissue paper
. You could use these as part of your set up or as a gift bag.
For the Table:
Need an easy table runner? Grab our red glitter wrapping paper
to add glam but not break the bank. Here I covered the table but you could trim it down to create a custom table runner or even place mats for your dishes. The tableware is our black plates
& red lunch napkins
. For the mice: I traced these onto our black card stock
making sure to add a little extra to the bottom to be able to fold and stand up.