Spooky Styling Ideas for Halloween

Halloween is a great opportunity for decorating your house and throwing a party. What’s more, there are plenty of ways of transforming an ordinary space into a spooky and creepy display – check out some of our favourite finds and ideas!

Decorating the outside of your house is a great way to welcome your party guests and greet trick or treaters…

…whilst adorning fireplaces, doorframes, staircases and bare walls on the inside helps set the scene for your gathering – whether you want funny and quirky, tongue-in-cheek creepy or downright terrifying!

If you’re holding a more formal dinner party, plan the design of your table carefully – select an overall colour scheme for linen, stationery and flowers, and create a spooky atmosphere using low-level lighting and by incorporating subtle decorative accents…

Theming food is an excellent way of spookifying your event, whether it’s for little people…

…or grown-ups!

Remember that how you display your Halloween fare is just as important – we love these themed treat tables!

What terrifying treats do you have in store for your guests this Halloween?!

 

Happy Planning!

Helen and Sarah x

 

Photo Credits

Happy Halloween pumpkin: Simple Folk
Witch Jack O’ lanterns, pumpkin-lit pathway, tombstones with ghosts, carved pumpkins: Martha Stewart
Skeleton spider: Life 123
Tombstones: Small Home Love
Bat-covered door: Country Living
Word lanterns and autumnal floral urn: Martha Stewart
Indoor Halloween cobweb decor and spider lanterns: Martha Stewart
Trick or Treat and ghost fireplace decor: Minimalisti
Party invitation: Party Monkey via Etsy
Skull-themed dining table: My Sweet Randomness
Spooky candlelit table: Paging Supermom
Gold pumpkin place card, flying pumpkin place card and pumpkin table display: Martha Stewart
Black candles: Ruffled
Candlelit dining table: Style Me Pretty
Witch cake pops: OG-Vision
Spider cookies: Martha Stewart
Pumpkin cupcakes: Peewees ‘n’ Pinwheels
Mummy cake pops: Amy Atlas
Eyes of Newt, brain cupcakes and pumpkin sorbets: Martha Stewart
Gruesome cocktails: Better Homes and Gardens
Treat labels: Chocolate Rabbit via Etsy
Black and orange sweet display:  A Votre Service Events
Cupcake label: Songbird Greetings via Etsy
Rustic Halloween food display: Halloween Forum
Bat-themed, white dresser and zombie food displays: Hostess with the Mostess here, here and here 

 

 

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